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.
The cloud’s chimeric quality is even more salient in Chinese visual and material arts. It has made a palpable mark on theories of painting and the visual arts of China, and by extension the visual culture of East Asia.
Documentation of art-induced fainting episodes dates back to the nineteenth century; the most famous account is that of French author Marie-Henri Beyle (1783–1842), whose pen name was Stendhal.
The forthcoming exhibition explores common approaches shared between Japanese and Scandinavian visual cultures. The show will feature 39 contemporary fiber and ceramic artists from Denmark, Finland, Japan, Norway, and Sweden.
In a returning series, Art & Object delves into the top art schools and programs in the U.S. This week is dedicated to the Southeast.
An exceptional gathering of works by Vincent van Gogh, in conversation with the artists and artworks that spoke to him the most, will premiere at the Columbus Museum of Art this fall.
Art & Object interviewed one of the finalists, the British architect, artist, and activist Sofia Karim, and asked what this nomination means for her.
At the root of all Gothic art and architecture was the desire to construct something close to heaven on Earth, a place where congregations could feel the presence of the divine.
For nearly 60 years, Houston collector and philanthropist Fayez S. Sarofim has quietly assembled one of the most significant collections of American art in private hands.