When it opens in its new location at the Javits Center on September 9, The Armory Show will have close to 200 exhibitors—more than it had last year.
This will be the Cuban American artist's eleventh solo show with Petzel. The exhibition will feature over 10 new large-scale paintings, a four-piece custom-built couch, and 7 x 5 foot chandelier, among other works.
In the U.S. Capitol, amidst the statues of controversial politicians and military figures that protestors stormed past in January, stand several statues of quiet American heroes and heroines who are testaments to our country’s ability to change for the better.
Over 800 items representing more than five centuries of history will be offered at Old World Auctions’ September 15 sale. Although the core focus of the sale is cartography, historical documents, prints, illuminated manuscripts, and title pages will also be included.
It’s too soon to say, and this preview doesn’t presume to provide an answer. But it does offer a look at the art events to be excited for in the coming months.
A project nine years in the making, the exhibition foregrounds the Library's Picture Collection which, since its founding in 1915, has allowed patrons to sift through its storied contents in search of visual references of every conceivable kind.
The top-tier art programs of the Midwest tend to be relatively small, private art and design schools.
The new Netflix documentary by Joshua Rofé examines Ross’ life and career, piecing together old photos, TV footage, and interviews with friends, family, and coworkers to give a sense of the man, his art, and his contested legacy.
The European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF) is pleased to announce Amgueddfa Cymru—National Museum Wales, is to receive €20,000, as the second recipient of this year’s TEFAF Museum Restoration Fund.