At Large

“Miniatures offer changes of scale by which we measure ourselves anew,” writes Lia Purpura, in her essay On Miniatures, which reminds us small artworks have an outsized impact on our…

Update posted 3/26/2019: Following the National Portrait Gallery's announcement of their decision not to move forward with a gift from the Sackler Trust, several other…

Even as traditional outlets for it shrink, socially conscious art and the desire to make it remain as strong as ever.

Artist Robert Forman has developed techniques entirely his own. He uses colorful yarns, thread and Elmer's glue to create striking compositions that resemble paintings. State of the Arts NJ visits…

Painted for the Hall of Negro Life at the Texas Centennial Exposition, Aaron Douglas's Aspiration (1936) shows a way for African Americans to forge a hopeful future.

For years Andy Warhol and his mother Julia lived and worked in an unassuming townhouse near the corner of 89th street and Lexington avenue. The house has been sold and resold many times over, but…

 

Sculptor Tony Cragg discusses his long-standing interest in plastic, machine parts, and other products of industry. He describes his process of scavenging, stacking, and piling these…