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Creating colorful narratives about erotic encounters from needle and thread, Sophia Narrett makes fascinating embroidered artworks that are fueled by love and desire.
The Connecticut Art Trail is celebrating twenty-five years of guiding art aficionados on a journey that includes twenty-two world-class museums and historic sites.
Disrupting our expectations of quilts as objects that provide warmth and comfort, Radical Tradition: American Quilts and Social Change will explore the complicated and often overlooked stories quilts tell about the American experience.
The top lot of the night was Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec’s Pierreuse, which surpassed its high estimate by $4 million to sell for $9,062,000.
For the first time in forty-five years, the Royal Collection is being rehung in a new location.
Precious and Rare: Islamic Metalwork from The Courtauld provides a modern-day interpretation of Islamic metalwork spanning the 11th to 16th centuries, with an accompanying online exhibition and contributions by the local community.
Ed Clark was hardly a household name, but his work fit squarely in the era’s prevailing genre–Abstract Expressionism. The thing is, Clark was black.

Omaha, NE – In 2016, ConAgra Foods, Inc. (now Conagra Brands) donated nearly 600 Currier & Ives lithographs to Joslyn Art Museum. Now home to one of the largest public collections of these popular and historically significant images, Joslyn has organized this exhibition that sheds new light on the artistic and commercial practices of the famous firm Currier & Ives.

Here’s a look at how art has reflected the changing face (and waistline) of Santa over time.

The Hermitage Amsterdam reopened with a brand new exhibition, Tsars and Knights: The Romanovs’ Love Affair with the Middle Ages. The museum is proud to be able to present a very extensive, international art collection during the corona pandemic. Through more than 250 objects from the European medieval art collection and the Arsenal of the State Hermitage in St Petersburg, the exhibition tells tales of tsars and knights. Several highlights from these collections are shown in the Netherlands for the first time.