The SFMOMA has commissioned artist Kara Walker to create the first site-specific installation for its admission-free Roberts Family Gallery.
9 tips on how to talk about art
Together with the Level One Education Project, Lifehacker has put together a guide for people who want to learn how to talk about art.
19th century African American paintings acquired by Worcester Art Museum
The Worcester Art Museum announced the acquisition of three paintings by artists Edward Mitchell Bannister and Charles Ethan Porter.
Ghanaian photographer James Barnor receives first US retrospective
The Detroit Institute of Arts a comprehensive survey of Ghanaian photographer, marking the first U.S. retrospective of his influential work.
Terry O’Neill photographs exhibition in NYC
Fotografiska New York presents “Stars,” the largest U.S. exhibition of the late British artist Terry O’Neill photographs.
Darrel Ellis exhibition returns home to the Bronx
The Bronx Museum of the Arts presents ‘Darrel Ellis: Regeneration,’ the first comprehensive museum exhibition of his work.
Rare exhibition of Salvador Dalí drawings at Dali Museum
These Salvador Dalí drawings are seldom seen and fragile works on paper highlighting the artist’s creative process.
Orlando Museum of Art mural memorializes Pulse nightclub
The Orlando Museum of Art is honored to host a free community event to commemorate the lives lost during the Pulse tragedy. On Monday, June…
Boca Raton Museum of Art restores Louise Nevelson ‘Shadow Cord’ with BoA grant
The Boca Raton Museum of Art has completed restoration of Shadow Cord by pioneering artist Louise Nevelson.
Dusti Bongé sketches final resting place of husband
This look into the art and life of Dusti Bongé reveals details of the death of her husband, Archie. Dusti was 33 and never remarried.
Red Earth Festival in OKC returns to early June dates
The 37th annual Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City returns to its regular dates on the first weekend in June.