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Precious gemstones, optical illusions, and a bulbous marble dome — join Corrie and Nat on an exploration of the history and artistry of this - new - wonder of the world.
Most people think of oil paintings when they think of Impressionism, but almost half of the works in the eight Impressionist exhibitions held in Paris between 1874 and 1886 were prints and drawings, and pastels have become increasingly popular with collectors.
Though fans of all ages around the world mourned the loss of Dr. Seuss in 1991, the late great author has a brand new offering sure to delight readers.
Although revered by his contemporaries, Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning, the fiercely independent Hyman Bloom was relegated to the sidelines due in part to his mystical nature and reticence to engage in an increasingly celebrity-driven art scene.
Elizabeth Otto's new book painstakingly details how the Bauhaus was much more than a design-centric school.
In her genre-bending sculptures, Natalie Ball is playing with what we think we know. Subverting tropes about Native American identity and art by repurposing familiar materials, Ball points out the absurdity of our assumptions.
At the age of 80, Judy Chicago has arrived.
Harmony, a new outdoor installation by American artist Mineo Mizuno (born 1944) is currently on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). Mizuno has spent the last few years living on Fort Mountain Ranch in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and his work has been informed by that ancient forest.
A collaboration between the photographer Nigel Poor and current inmates at San Quentin State Prison is giving us a rare change of perspective on how we understand the lives and stories found behind bars.