David Hockney’s recent work is huge—literally—but size is not all that matters in these vision-bending paintings. Continue reading
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Recent exhibitions in major institutions are bringing sound art to new ears and raising questions about listening in the museum. Continue reading
Melding Afro-Caribbean and European influences, Wifredo Lam created one of modernism’s most distinctive bodies of work. Continue reading
Frank Stella’s expansion plan continues with a foray into computer-assisted 3-D fabrication. Continue reading
The Philadelphia Museum of Art launches a massive show built around Fernand Léger’s masterpiece The City. Continue reading
A major trove of works by Leon Gaspard comes on the market. Continue reading
Art Deco pieces are adaptable and aesthetically evergreen, worth the effort necessary to find high-quality examples. Continue reading
This fall the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston showcases its collection of Dutch works on paper from the turn of the 20th century. Continue reading
John Grillo’s work, rooted in Bay Area abstraction, has followed its own migratory path over the painter’s almost 80-year-long career. Continue reading
With new techniques and materials available, quilters are creating ambitious fabric artworks that can hang next to any painting. Continue reading