modern art

In 1983 Courtney Sale Ross made a compelling documentary about her artist neighbour, Willem de Kooning: 'Strokes of Genius: de Kooning on de Kooning'.
In the 1960s, a different Robert De Niro was making a name for himself in the New York art scene.

Benjamin Creme is best known for his out-there New Age philosophies. The Scottish esotericist died in 2016, leaving behind extensive writings on spiritualism, the coming of the Messiah, UFOs, and…

Peter McGough has a smartphone. That may not sound particularly newsworthy in 2019, but for an artist who famously eschewed modern conveniences like electricity, this is a surprising revelation.
The Cincinnati Art Museum is currently celebrating the often unsung and unrecognized contributions of women in art and the art world, with Women Breaking Boundaries, the Museum’s contribution to an…
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art proudly presents Robert Huot Paintings, a retrospective look at an artist’s core motivation for 60 years, creating conceptually interesting and…
Carnegie Museum of Art is pleased to announce it will be the premiering venue for a major touring exhibition dedicated to the printed work of iconic American artist Jasper Johns.
Senior paintings conservator Pam Skiles and DAM director Christoph Heinrich discuss the role of varnish on paintings and why Monet and other Impressionists preferred matte finishes over varnish. See…