In New York on March 5, Sotheby’s will offer Georgia O'Keeffe's diminutive painting, estimated at $300,000-500,000, alongside more than one hundred works of art and personal effects from the collection of artist Juan Hamilton.
February 2020 Blog Posts
The Met announced today the acquisition of the monumental sculptural relief Two Horses (2019) by American artist Charles Ray (b. 1953).
Spanning the 1980s through the 1990s, the gift of more than 350 custom-made Geoffrey Beene ensembles and accessories, including jumpsuits, trousers, vests, boleros, gowns, collars, and more, establishes the Museum as one of the nation’s leading institutions with holdings of Beene’s designs.
Located in a 15th-century historical palace with a baroque style facade that rests upon the city’s Roman Capitoline Hill, the museum Palazzo Maffei is the newest addition to Verona’s cultural scene.
New York: For the past 10 years, Asia Week New York has presented an abundance of magnificent treasures from every part of the Far East for the pleasure and enjoyment of Asian art aficionados. These exceptional works of art are to be found at many gallery exhibitions curated by prominent Asian art experts that are open to the public on March 12 to 19 (*and in some instances, until March 21). Joining in the excitement are six top-tier auction houses–Bonhams, Christie’s, Doyle, Heritage Auctions, Sotheby’s and iGavel–plus numerous world-class museums and cultural institutions.
A visual journey into the creative minds of some of the Arab world's most prominent artists and their approaches to non-representational art.
"Uncanny Valley: Being Human in the Age of AI" arrives as the first major exhibition in the US to explore the relationship between humans and intelligent machines through an artistic lens.
The ancient world was actually really colorful. Learn the history behind how we came to think of ancient statues as being white.
The Allentown Art Museum is reporting that their Portrait of a Young Woman (1632), long attributed to the workshop of Rembrandt van Rijn, is, in fact, a true Rembrandt.
Life magazine visualized a distinctly mid-20th-century American worldview and fundamentally shaped modern ideas about photography.