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Charles Arnoldi’s intricate career is traced in an exhibition at the Bakersfield Museum of Art. Continue reading
Christie’s auction of the Peggy and David Rockefeller collection opens a window on elite collecting tastes in the 20th century, while providing an opportunity for today’s collectors to follow in the Rockefellers’ footsteps. Continue reading
The Peabody Essex Museum kicks off a traveling retrospective of T.C. Cannon, a seminal figure in contemporary Native American art. Continue reading
An exhibition at LACMA reveals the art and history of the ancient Mexican city of Teotihuacan. Continue reading
In the Italian Renaissance, mythological and historical iconography found its way from paintings to prints and finally to maiolica pottery and bronzes. Continue reading
René Magritte’s genius was to subvert our assumptions and even undermine art itself, while bringing joy and delight. Continue reading
Contemporary ceramic artists combine craft tradition with boundary-pushing creativity. Continue reading
The friendship of Dalí and Duchamp is explored in an exhibition at the Dalí Museum in Florida. Continue reading
A body of William Eggleston’s influential color photography goes on view at the Met. Continue reading