September 2019 Blog Posts

A visionary painter, printmaker and poet, William Blake created some of the most iconic images in the history of British art and has remained an inspiration to artists, musicians, writers and performers worldwide for over two centuries.
The exhibition and sale represent the culmination of a lifetime of dedicated and informed collecting by diamond merchant, Benjamin Zucker.
The editors at Phaidon publishing have released a new book that chronicles the dramatic developments in home design during the 20th century. Houses: Extraordinary Living showcases 400 houses by some of the world's greatest architects.
A prolific painter and sharp social critic, Lari Pittman has been a strong presence in both the international sphere and the L.A. art community.
Among Paglen's primary concerns are learning to see the historical moment we live in, exposing the invisible power structures that underpin the reality of our daily lives and developing the means to imagine alternative futures.
The aim of CIBO is to remind us that food is the unique and yet universal component that connects human beings across the globe.
Alexander Noelle, Anne L. Poulet Curatorial Fellow, provides an introduction to the exhibition 'Bertoldo di Giovanni: The Renaissance of Sculpture in Medici Florence' on view at The Frick Collection from September 18, 2019, through January 12, 2020.
This Fall, the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) presents a fresh perspective on the artist and teacher widely considered to be one of the most influential American artists of the 20th century.
Since booking one of the most prestigious commissions an artist can get, Sherald has emerged as one of the most important voices in American contemporary art.
From September 21, 2019 to January 19, 2020, the Art Institute of Chicago presents Photography + Folk Art: Looking for America in the 1930s, an examination of American art at the height of the Great Depression.