At Large

While the struggling Vincent Van Gogh was just trying to pay the rent, he unwittingly shaped his work and art history.

This weekend marks the inaugural opening of FRONT International, Cleveland’s new Triennial for Contemporary Art. Centered around the theme “An American City,” FRONT seeks to push the boundaries of…

Have you heard of Italian Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi? Find out why her popularity, and that of other artists, has risen dramatically since the 1970s.

Chart the frequency of…

Fluxus was a network of artists who thought anything could be art, and anyone could be an artist. This video explores the food-related work of George Maciunas, Yoko Ono, and Alison Knowles, et al…

On the 150th Anniversary of Edward Curtis' birth, his famously beautiful photographs of Native Americans are being seen in a new light

Stories of art forgeries are among the most captivating the art world has to offer. In this video, Sotheby’s Director of Scientific Research James Martin and art historian Jonathan Lopez recall…

The naked and the nude have been frequent subjects for art throughout the history of human creation, and also the frequent subject of censorship. What's wrong with seeing the unclothed human body…

Today the art world mourns the death of Robert Indiana. The pop artist died on Saturday at the age of 89. His ubiquitous “LOVE” sculptures, notably seen in Philadelphia, New York, and Indianapolis…