“These three additions to the Toledo Museum of Art collection help to broaden the narrative of art history presented at TMA,” said Adam Levine, Edward Drummond and Florence Scott Libbey director of the Museum.
Imagine a corporate headquarters designed to maximize both human and environmental health. This all-too-rare goal embodies Denver firm Tres Birds’ recent project in Boulder, Colorado…
“Through the Looking Glass,” a new collection of trailblazing sculptural and two-dimensional artworks from Hunt Slonem, will debut at New River Fine Art in Ft. Lauderdale on January 22.
A new 10,000 pound robot sculpture standing 30-feet-tall named the ‘hill guardian’ of Marquette Mountain now watches over the snow covered trails.
Harnessing the scale of BAM’s outdoor digital signpost as a vehicle for public art, the project aims to spark civic discourse in Brooklyn and encourage viewers to reflect on what freedom truly means in 2021.
The Art Preserve’s 56,000-square-foot, three-level building will provide exhibition space and visible storage for more than 25,000 works in the Arts Center’s world-renowned collection, which includes complete and partial environments by more than 30 vernacular, self-taught, and academically trained artists.
Hollis Taggart presents a two-person exhibition of work by Idelle Weber and Aurora Robson. Remnant Romance, Environmental Works: Idelle Weber and Aurora Robson will feature…
“Rania Matar: On Either Side of the Window, Portraits During COVID-19” shows new works by Lebanese-American photographer Rania Matar at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum in Winter Haven, Florida.
Living and working in Baku, Azerbaijan, Aida Mahmudova’s works are harmonious with the physical nature of her chosen materials and her preferred earthly palette.
The murals are visible from 112 rooms in the new Gallery Tower, which have internal windows facing the murals, each with a unique vantage point and the ability to view virtual content on the walls through iPads placed in each room.