For over sixty years, experts have searched for a monumental work missing from Frida Kahlo’s oeuvre: The Wounded Table.
In addition to protest art seen around the world, creative facemasks seen on social media and at protests are bringing inspired art to troubled times.
If the quarantine blues are still getting you down, access to art is a surefire cure. These four exhibitions you can explore from home bring an infusion of color that is sure to brighten your outlook.
In April, art institutions began honoring the medical profession by showcasing works from their collections under the hashtag #MuseumsThankHealthHeroes. As we cheer the heroic efforts of frontline…
Films about “great” male artists like Picasso and Van Gogh abound, but if you look hard and dig deep enough you’ll find films about great women artists, some well-worth watching, others, not so much.
Major and minor museums and galleries around the world are shuttered for the foreseeable future to ensure the safety of both staff and visitors. Luckily, even when their doors are closed, there are…
“I leave you my portrait so that you will have my presence all the days and nights that I am away from you.” Frida Kahlo
Female artists are taking over the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) in a new exhibition addressing the pernicious problem of underrepresentation in art museums.