Alexander von Humboldt and the United States: Art, Nature and Culture is the first exhibition to examine Humboldt’s impact on five spheres of American cultural development: the visual arts, sciences, literature, politics and exploration, between 1804 and 1903.
This final installment of the Art & Object series on top art schools and programs of the U.S. is a true roundup of the nation’s very best.
With our loyal, four-legged friends proving their value as comforting companions during lockdown more than ever, Architecture for Dogs offers guests a fun and insightful exploration into how it is possible for dogs and their human companions to be at their happiest through interaction with specially designed architectural pieces.
This month, nearly a quarter century after the deaths of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls, memorabilia from the rappers will vie at auction in Sotheby’s first-ever sale dedicated to hip hop.
More than sixty of the world's top contemporary artists are lending their voices to get out the vote.
If, like us, you could use a little humor in your life right now, look no further than the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, an annual contest showcasing the funniest snapshots in nature photography.
A highlight of Christie’s Evening Sale of 20th Century Art in New York, Picasso's portrait of Dora Maar is work is estimated to fetch $20–30 million.
Witness a golden age of entertainment through dozens of beautifully-preserved posters advertising magicians and their feats of incredible illusionism.
It takes a brave collector to acquire artwork by an emerging artist.
The Chazen Museum of Art invites audiences to consider the human and community impacts of disasters via Bill Viola: The Raft.