American Art

From honorary sculptures that celebrate athletic valor, to Realist portraits that humanize individual team members, to Abstract prints that raise uncomfortable questions about violence and pain, the…
The curators set a welcome stage for the visitor to the Center. Greeting them at the entrance is Martin Sharp’s Blowing in the Mind/Mister Tambourine Man (1968). Sharp is known as the mastermind…
On a rugged group of islands off the coast of Maine, Betsy Wyeth (1921-2020) created a world that nurtured the talent of her husband, American realist painter Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009), and their…
B.J.O. Nordfeldt: American Internationalist, on view at the Weisman Art Museum, features work from WAM and fifteen museum and private collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The…
What is a monument? Is it the same thing as a memorial? We might think of a monument as something accessible with which we can interact in a way that suits our need to process traumatic past events.…
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Hockey is inarguably a violent game, one that periodically provokes violent spectator responses. But it is a community rallying point that can still foster a sense of belonging in players and fans.…
African American artists have contributed to this nation’s cultural landscape throughout its history. From colonial to modern times, realistic portraiture to striking abstractions, here we highlight …