modernism

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 sparks an artist? More to the point, what sparks Marjorie Welish? Clearly, it is she who ignites the multitude of sparks in diagrams and constructions, drawings and plans, paintings and prints,…
This list spans approximately 25,000 years of art-making and is by no means comprehensive. Although this history is complex, the manner in which the female nude appears through the ages is sometimes…
There is much to ponder about creative shifts in late-career artmaking. It’s a subject that has always fascinated scholars and audiences in all the arts because we usually expect painters, like…

David Zwirner currently hosts Albers and Morandi: Never Finished, curated by gallery Partner David Leiber. On view at the gallery’s 537 West 20th Street location, the exhibition explores…

Though his works feature prominently in many of Canada’s most prestigious arts institutions and he is considered one of the country’s most celebrated modernist artists, David Milne has been described…
Learn about Mary Cassatt's groundbreaking color aquatints and a dynamic series of linocuts produced by early-20th-century British artists in this discussion with Met experts in conjunction with the…
Shifting the longstanding narrative about American modern art to include a long-overlooked woman who embraced both visual and spiritual experimentation.