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Women Artists

Anita Steckel: Art, Sex, and Politics

Anita Steckel was a feminist artist of the late 20th century who pushed the boundaries of what was considered acceptable. Her art and beliefs were...

Errika Gerakiti 17 January 2023

Frank Lloyd Wright, Cottage Studio for Ayn Rand, 1946, Connecticut, United States, Angi Architecture

Discover 3 Unbuilt Houses by Frank Lloyd Wright

We all know the iconic realizations designed by Frank Lloyd Wright: everyone recognizes the Guggenheim Museum in New York or the famous Fallingwater...

Joanna Kaszubowska 12 January 2023

Sean Scully, Passenger Light Light, 1998, Sammlung Klein, Nussdorf, Germany. MSU. Detail. Contemporary Art

Sean Scully: Artist of Abstract Stories

Sean Scully gradually deconstructs human figures and then completely eliminates them. Here you will learn more about Sean Scully’s paintings...

Petra Dragasevic 2 January 2023

Sculpture

The Lansdowne Heracles at the Getty Villa

Heracles (or Hercules) is perhaps the most frequently depicted hero in Greek and Roman art. This sculpture from approximately 125 CE, known as the...

Maya M. Tola 29 December 2022

Masterpiece Stories

Masterpiece Story: Ocean Breezes by Edward Henry Potthast

This seems to be the perfect painting depicting a nice memory of a summer vacation. It is titled Ocean Breezes and was painted by Edward Henry...

Alexandra Kiely 29 December 2022

Contemporary Art

Xaviera Simmons Enlightens at the Queens Museum

Xaviera Simmons: Crisis Makes a Book Club at the Queens Museum in New York (open until March 5, 2023) is an expansive solo exhibition of recent work...

Jennifer S. Musawwir 22 December 2022

Installation view of Just Above Midtown: Changing Spaces, on view at The Museum of Modern Art, New York from October 9, 2022 – February 18, 2023. Photo: Emile Askey North American Art

A Return to Just Above Midtown Gallery at MoMA

This season’s crop of museum exhibitions around New York City includes the highly-anticipated retrospective of Linda Goode Bryant’s experimental...

Jennifer S. Musawwir 5 December 2022

North American Art

The Bright Age of African-American Art: Harlem Renaissance in the USA

In the first quarter of the 20th century, the Harlem region of New York City witnessed an unprecedented artistic production. Later called the Harlem...

Merve Parla 26 November 2022

Contemporary Art

The Multi-Sensory Universe of Nick Cave

Nick Cave activates our imaginations with his tangible soundsuit sculptures, soulful dance performances and whimsical installations.

Marga Patterson 26 November 2022

Artist Stories

Winslow Homer – Painter of America

From soldiers to frolicking schoolchildren and New England fishing communities, Winslow Homer depicted American life. His works present unidealized,...

Alexandra Kiely 10 November 2022

Review

Artists in Margaret Randall’s Life: A Personal Journey

A new book by Margaret Randall: feminist poet, photographer, and social activist, containing intimate and personal recollections of her favourite artists.

Candy Bedworth 5 November 2022

Contemporary Art

Bill Viola: Video Art and Renaissance Classics

Bill Viola is an internationally recognized contemporary video artist. His work played a huge part in the establishment of video as an important...

Zuzanna Stańska 30 October 2022