This week, Magnum’s Square Print Sale will present over one hundred images and texts by international artists curated under the theme of Solidarity, challenging participating photographers to reflect upon the power of togetherness in tumultuous times.
Conservators at the Art Institute of Chicago (AIC) have discovered a treasure hidden in one of their most famous Picasso works.
The American Alliance of Museums (AAM) released the findings of a new survey this week that has grim implications for America’s museums.
Following in the footsteps of such pioneering art dealers as Phyllis Kind (1933-2018) and Sidney Janis (1896-1989), more and more contemporary galleries are now exhibiting Outsider Art.
Intersect Aspen is now live at IntersectAspen.com. The online viewing room includes 110 exhibitors from 28 countries, and runs from July 22-26, 2020.
The National Audubon Society has announced the winning photographs of the 2020 Audubon Photography Awards.
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.
In a new series, Art & Object delves into the top art schools and programs in the U.S.