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The American Alliance of Museums (AAM) released the findings of a new survey this week that has grim implications for America’s museums.
Although he made his name in the 1950s and ‘60s as an Abstract Expressionist, Philip Guston is now best remembered for the dark humor conveyed in the cartoon-like figurative paintings and drawings that he prolifically produced during the last twelve years of his life, which ended in 1980.
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s large-scale work on canvas holds its own in the National Gallery of Art's museum’s pop art gallery, where it currently hangs beside works by Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol.
Architect and designer Neri Oxman's muse is nature, but her medium is the 3-D printer.
If the quarantine blues are still getting you down, access to art is a surefire cure. These four exhibitions you can explore from home bring an infusion of color that is sure to brighten your outlook.
Isamu Noguchi, a man who spent his career envisioning sculptures as an intentional part of everyday environments, made a passionate attempt to design a new kind of ashtray.
The new Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts (MCBA) in Lausanne is ushering in an exciting new era of arts programming in the lakeside Swiss city.
Eike Schmidt, the director of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence since 2015, recently bemoaned the fact that so many great works of religious art are languishing in museum storage.
Here are 11 of the most surprising facts about the history of the Louvre.
To learn about any culture, one of our greatest resources is its art, and America is no exception.