Art News

MuseumJanuary 21, 2020
Challenging issues of home, craft and the politics of materials, Hugh Hayden reimagines the domestic spaces of Bainbridge House, which dates to 1766, through meticulously constructed surrealistic…
GalleryJanuary 17, 2020
As part of its on-going dialogue with the military community, Salmagundi is proud to present From There to Here: Military Veterans’ Experiences, a veteran-curated exhibit of military veterans’ art…
At LargeJanuary 16, 2020
Paris Musées recently gave an exceptional gift to the public.
MuseumJanuary 16, 2020
One Each invites a dialogue with the past, exploring the impact that the still lifes of the 1860s had on art movements in the 20th century, including, and perhaps most importantly, Cubism.
GalleryJanuary 15, 2020
PUBLIC SWIM, an art gallery, project space and community gathering place will be making its debut splash this January at 105 Henry Street in Lower Manhattan’s Chinatown.
MuseumJanuary 14, 2020
This solo exhibition explores the artist’s approach to visualizing poetry and prose in multi-branched projects through books, typography, animation, performance.
MuseumJanuary 14, 2020
Six-Week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Explores Art Created between 1980 and the Present, Including Over 70 Artworks from MoMA’s Collection
At LargeJanuary 10, 2020
In honor of Ronald W. Walters’ legacy, his wife, Patricia Turner Walters, is gifting Howard University with her coveted collection of African American art.
AuctionJanuary 09, 2020
"Gefährliche Straße (Dangerous Street)" is a picture of the First World War as it was played out on the streets of Berlin, painted during the last months of the War in July 1918.
MuseumJanuary 09, 2020
In the nave of Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s 18th-century Chapel, three monumental organic forms rise from the ground, spread with landscapes, buildings and mysterious structures.