Art collector Mera Rubell insists her family didn’t set out to open a museum when it bought a series of food warehouses in Miami’s Allapattah neighborhood four years ago.
Tarnish is slowly engulfing one of the oldest objects in MoMA's collection, a daguerreotype from 1842.
John and Susan Horseman have given the Saint Louis Art Museum a major gift of 20th-century American art. The gift includes excellent examples of American surrealism, American Scene, and modernist…
With some pieces of view having never been seen outside of Malaysia, "Inspired by the East: How the Islamic World Influenced Western Art" is a relatively small exhibition with a large goal.
Cradled in the palm of the hand or worn close to the heart, portrait miniatures were never intended for public consumption, but rather, functioned as personal tokens of affection, love, or memorial.
The exhibition, which features over 280 artworks is the first substantial project on the art of Fiji to be mounted in the U.S.
Created with watercolor and ink on handmade mulberry paper from Japan, "Carpe Fin" bursts with figures, landscapes, and action scenes inspired by a traditional Haida oral story: a sea mammal hunter…
Luces y Sombras means Lights and Shadows, a fitting title for an extraordinary show of 45 black and white photographs of 20th century Mexico.