In the second installment in our series on jewelry’s place in art history, we’re exploring jewelry collecting in the Renaissance, a time when jewels were considered as valuable to possess and display as painting and sculpture.
Here are ten great artworks to put you in the Halloween spirit.
Stories of Abstraction: Contemporary Latin American Art in the Global Context at Phoenix Art Museum will present for the first time more than forty recently acquired works of contemporary Latin American art in conversation with those by thirty European and American artists, including four currently working in Phoenix.
This fall, the Chrysler Museum of Art encourages everyone to consider the bonds between us with Come Together, Right Now: The Art of Gathering.
From the art neighborhoods of the Lower East Side to Chelsea, women artists have kicked off New York’s fall cultural season with some of the best exhibitions in the city.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced the acquisition of a grand diptych by Kent Monkman, mistikôsiwak (Wooden Boat People), created by the Ontario-based Cree artist.
Experts are anticipating a record-breaking sale in January when a rare Sandro Botticelli portrait comes to auction.
Politicos and would-be statesmen have the opportunity to bid for ‘Air Force One’, ‘The Oval Office’ and a John F. Kennedy Lincoln limousine, in Bonhams American Presidential Experience Auction in New York on Wednesday October 14.
A 67-million-year-old dinosaur fossil known as “Stan” was the star of the show at Christie’s last night when it sold for $31,847,500 after a protracted bidding war between buyers on the phone in New York and London.