The next “In Sight Out” conversations take place at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago
This week, an artist introduces a new "neuroscientifically driven" car, and 120 children exhibit their artwork in 10-by-15-foot museum. Goddess ghosts A face painted on plastic hangs at the top of the carpeted stairs leading up to Abode Gallery. You have to push past it or duck under it to enter...
"During springtime, the Indianapolis Museum of Art welcomed you to friendlier weather with thousands of color-drenched blooms on its outdoor campus. A beer garden and, later on, 18 holes of mini-golf designed by artists kept you coming back. Starting in mid-November,... the museum's gardens will be illuminated by millions of lights that dance along […]
Ben Uri is presenting the second exhibition in its series on refugee and migrant artists, highlighting the Polish contribution in Britain over the last century. This focus is particularly apt as the community approaches its millionth...Show More Summary
The British Museum will take part in a European summit to discuss the return of art seized from the Benin kingdom, now part of southern Nigeria, by a British punitive expedition in 1897 as “reparations” after it defied the British empire by imposing customs duties.
The Baltimore Museum of Art presents Annet Couwenberg: From Digital to Damask, an intimate exhibition of 10 extraordinary works by Maryland-based artist Annet Couwenberg. On view August 16, 2017?February 18, 2018, the exhibition shows how art, science, and history can produce fascinating innovations in textiles. Show More Summary
Laguna Art Museum is showing Phil Dike: At the Edge of the Sea. The exhibition is the first comprehensive museum exhibition in over forty years of works by this prominent member of the California regionalist movement of the 1930s and 1940s, with more than sixty of his paintings that span from the 1920s through the early 1980s. Show More Summary
This article in the New York Times describes how one art collector donated a work to the Prado, noting that he will be eligible for a tax deduction because the donation was made not to a foreign museum but to the American Friends of the Prado Museum, a United States-based charity. Show More Summary
As Miami’s cultural landscape boomed in the past decade — with the influx of major art fairs, new museums, and local galleries opening in up-and-coming neighborhoods — the city’s queer culture was in flux. Reading Queer, a Knight Foundation-sponsored cultural organization, is looking to change that fact by highlighting voices...
Visitors to Sheldon Museum of Art will find new exhibitions throughout the landmark Philip Johnson building. Drawn from Sheldon?s collection of nearly 13,000 objects, the museum?s fall exhibitions demonstrate the breadth of its holdings. Show More Summary
Throughout history, jewelry has served both functional and decorative purposes, reflecting not only the patron?s particular values and interests, but also the social, political, and economic circumstances of the time and place of its creation. Show More Summary
Continuing the series of contemporary art exhibitions at the Theseus Temple, this year we are presenting Bacchante, a new commission by the young American sculptor Kathleen Ryan. This is Ryan?s first museum exhibition. It is curated by Jasper Sharp. Show More Summary
Works celebrating the life-spanning accomplishments of printmaker, war veteran, and professor Jim Steg are on view at the New Orleans Museum of Art through October 8, 2017 in Jim Steg: New Work. Steg was the most influential printmaker to be based in New Orleans in the twentieth century. Show More Summary
Last night, there was a vigil outside the Hunterdon Art Museum, a well-known gathering place right on this little Hunterdon town’s river and main street. I wanted to share with you this post by my friend Alexa Offenhauer, one of...Read more
Haydel’s took care of the cake Tom Benson’s ritzy 90th birthday party went down on Saturday at the New Orleans Museum of Art. The man behind the return of Dixie Beer to New Orleans celebrated with not one, but three, birthday cakes from Haydel’s Bakery. Show More Summary
Atlanta's arts community gathered at The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia for the organization’s annual announcement of it’s Working Artist Project winners for 2017.
Facing massive blowback, including from Norman Rockwell's sons, "Berkshire Museum officials held their ground, citing decades of financial losses that, in recent years, amounted to million-dollar annual budget shortfalls on a yearly budget of $2.4 million. The institution had struggled with deficits for 30 years, they said, and needed to fundamentally reinvent itself — or […]
The New Britain Museum of American Art is presenting California Dreaming: Ed Moses, Billy Al Bengston & Ed Ruscha. Curated by Thomas Krens, Director Emeritus of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation in New York, this exhibition marks the largest show at the NBMAA to date, occupying 11,524 sq. Show More Summary
The Frans Hals Museum | De Hallen Haarlem is staging the major exhibition Humour: 101 Years of Laughing at Art in both venues. It illustrates how artists used humour as a source of inspiration. Since the coming of Dada in 1916, humour has played a major role in art, blowing a fresh new wind through the often serious and pompous art world. Show More Summary
The Reading Public Museum announced its latest art exhibition, Whistler & Company: The Etching Revival, which is on view through September 24, 2017 in The Museum?s ground floor Works on Paper Gallery. Expatriate American artist, James...Show More Summary