Artists who are going strong at 80 and up find that old age offers freedom, self-assurance, and room to explore Read More
Shahzia Sikander’s hybrid, hypnotic works are inspired by her study of manuscript illuminations in her native Pakistan and elsewhere Read More
Garry Winogrand’s first retrospective in 25 years unites over 300 photographs culled from thousands of unmarked contact sheets Read More
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Bringing professional artists into classrooms, the venerable nonprofit has helped thousands of students connect with their own creativity Read More
A team of experts at the Guggenheim is reframing modernist works from the Thannhauser collection in period frames dating back to the 17th century Read More
Using snapshots, her own family photos, and digital tools, Jane Hammond creates surreal and sometimes literally dazzling images Read More
The visceral process of pouring, dripping, pushing, squirting, and shooting from the hip
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Contemporary artists are drawn to tapestries for their tactility, physical presence, and the poetry of creating complex images on a grid Read More
The hyperrealistic dioramas of Patrick Jacobs Read More
George Bellows, Action Painter Read More
Gary Tinterow returns to Texas to run the Museum of Fine Arts—and to grow it even larger Read More
Contemporary sculptors are tricking the eye and the mind with uncannily realistic objects Read More
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