Ginny Ruffner's painted glass sculpture of a water cycle on display inside Traver Gallery, with the rainy bars of Doug Aitken's video installation MIRROR running on the northern facade of Seattle Art Museum across the street. I've been...Show More Summary
Maurice Tuchman, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s first modern art curator, went down to Torrance, California one day in July of 1969. Associate curator Jane Livingston and assistant curator Gail Scott came with him, and all three underwent “alpha conditioning.” Artists James Turrell and Robert Irwin had designed alpha conditioning and a series [...]
The New York Times has an article which is the follow-up to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s recent decision to return two statues to Cambodia. This refers to the several other museums that own works believed to have been taken fromShow More Summary
MoMA PS1 announces a major component of EXPO 1: New York, entitled Rain Room (2012), which is being presented at The Museum of Modern Art, from May 12 through July 28, 2013. A large-scale environment by Random International, Rain Room...Show More Summary
John W. Smith, Director of the Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design, announces today the appointment of Dominic Molon as Richard Brown Baker Curator of Contemporary Art, concluding a nationwide search. In his new role, Molon is...Show More Summary
Organized by The Ukrainian Museum, the exhibition Out of Tradition: Contemporary Decorative and Applied Art features the work of 35 contemporary decorative artists of Ukrainian background from Ukraine, the United States, and Canada.Show More Summary
Photographs of about 400 people collected from Japan's tsunami-devastated northeastern Tohoku region make up an exhibition at Tokyo's Watari Museum of Contemporary Art by French artist JR as part of his "Inside Out" participatory art project.
The MoMA museum's 11th installment of Destination:Design features more than 200 pieces from New York-based designers—jewelry, art prints, furniture, you name it.
At Friday’s preview, the permanent home for Mike Kelley’s Mobile Homestead (a formerly vacant lot behind the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit) was behind schedule.
“Face Off: Skull-A-Day vs Street Anatomy” is an upcoming exhibition of skull art hosted by anatomy-themed art blogs Skull-A-Day and Street Anatomy. The exhibition will be on display at the International Museum of Surgical Science in Chicago, May 31 to August 25, 2013. Skull-A-Day and Street Anatomy have joined forces to bring together the greatest [...]
Tonight from 6-8pm, join the DePaul Art Museum (935 W Fullerton) for a free artist talk with Mequitta Ahuja, whose mixed-media drawings are part of the current exhibition at DPAM, "War Baby / Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American...
The Civil War is still an irrevocable wrent through America’s indelible fabric. As part of The Met Reframed, a new artist residency program at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid) teamed up with Jeff L. Show More Summary
Michigan was an epicenter of modern design in postwar America, this summer the story will be told through a symposium at the Cranbrook Educational Community and an exhibition at the Cranbrook Art Museum.
Carl Swanson profiles Jeff Koons, who has two major gallery shows in New York and a full-career retrospective at the Whitney Museum next summer: I am very conscious of the viewer because that’s where the art takes place,” he once told an interviewer. “My work really strives to put the viewer in a certain kind […]
The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art has forgotten that clothes and fashion are not art. When you go to see the PUNK: Chaos to Couture exhibit, which opened on May 9 and runs until August 14, you may think you stumbled instead into a luxury couturier's boutique. Show More Summary
Brooklyn-based artist KAWS has released a book displaying the work from his solo show at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta in 2012. DOWN TIME features 112 pages in full color and includes pieces that verge on the abstract.… CLOT Presents the KAWS: DOWN TIME Book Set is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.
After a recreating a special moment between the couple in the Bahamas for their proposal, Jessica and Will exchanged vows in front of 125 of their friends and family. They went with a venue whose beauty was only surpassed by the couple and their love for each other, the Tampa Museum of Art. Show More Summary
There’s more to the Met this spring than PUNK. Writer Nancy Lazarus headed up to the roof. (Photo: Metropolitan Museum of Art) And how many rains must fall before the stains are washed clean? This question, posed by Pakistani poet Salima Hashmi, is at the heart of Imran Quereshi‘s latest work, created for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s roof garden. Show More Summary
A large-scale site-specific work of art by Imran Qureshi (b. 1972, Hyderabad, Pakistan)?an artist known for his unique style of combining the motifs, symbolism, and ornamental techniques of Islamic art with modern conceptual approaches?is the 2013 installation on The Iris and B. Show More Summary
Many art museums don't hold the copyrights for the paintings and other artworks they own. So, while protecting the art from damage by exposure to 50 bazillion flashes is part of the motivation for banning museum photography, this is also a copyfight issue — and museums are starting to side with the phone-camera-toting public.