In June, Surreal Spaces: The Life and Art of Leonora Carrington, an illustrated biography of the groundbreaking British artist was published by Thames & Hudson. In celebration, we take a look…
It’s a recent development in art history to include women in numbers that, if not entirely commensurate with their place in society, are certainly far greater than previously.
The surrealism of Rosenstein’s work comes from the way something so bewitching can also be nightmarish, bodily, ironic, and enigmatic.
The often-contentious relationship between artists and those who write about art is as old as culture itself. The art critic’s job is to rationalize what is inherently an irrational pursuit.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK — Berry Campbell is pleased to announce a rare exhibition of paintings from 1965 to 1970 by Mary Dill Henry (1913-2009).
Learn about the art and artistic process of Rachelle Baker, a multi-disciplinary artist from Detroit, Michigan.
Organizing the first retrospective for Michaelina Wautier, a forgotten 17th century Dutch woman artist, offered a unique (and exciting) set of curatorial challenges.
A celebrated painter in her own time, Thérèse Schwartze later fell into obscurity. Now she is being rediscovered.