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This summer, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) debuts a selection of recently acquired contemporary and decorative art works in Contemporary Art + Design: New Acquisitions. Jointly organized by the Museum’s decorative arts and design and contemporary art curators, Contemporary Art + Design is the first special exhibition to debut since the Museum’s reopening, after closing in mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this round-up of five standout solo shows, we discover three young female figurative painters—Grace Weaver, Rute Merk, and Sojourner Truth Parsons—that every art lover should have on their radar and two seasoned abstractionists—KATSU and Warren Isensee—working in solely original styles.
Alternative Perspective by artist Anton Bakker is the world’s first-ever art exhibition featuring virtual, augmented, and mixed reality interactions, showcasing art sculptures designed from mathematical principles that explore the frontiers of perspective and perception.
It may not come as a surprise that Edvard Munch (1863–1944), the painter of one of the most iconic paintings in the world, The Scream, lead a troubled life.
While Rembrandt and Vermeer remain perhaps the most famous painters of the era, there are a plentitude of other Dutch Golden Age artists worth remembering.
The New-York Historical Society presents Hope Wanted: New York City Under Quarantine, a special free outdoor exhibition documenting the experiences of New Yorkers across the five boroughs during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a new Art & Object series, we’ll take a look at some of history’s greatest jewelry stories, showing you how and why jewelry is such a powerful artistic, cultural, and historical artifact.
Mary Cassatt’s painting Two Little Sisters sold on Friday, August 7 for $519,000, making it the highest value lot at an online sale of American art at Christie’s in the five years they’ve held online sales in the category.
Sime creates large-scale modular artworks from discarded technological material such as electrical wires, circuit boards, motherboards and computer keys.
African American artists have contributed to this nation’s cultural landscape throughout its history. Here we highlight twelve African American artists you should know more about.