“Helen Frankenthaler Late Works, 1990-2003” features 22 works on paper on loan from the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation and marks the first comprehensive opportunity to see the fruits of Frankenthaler’s late career in depth.
The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C. celebrates its 100th year with power and style. Jacob Lawrence, David Driskell and Alma Thomas will all shine inside America’s fist museum dedicated to Modern art throughout 2021.
Thanks to an unprecedented loan from the Wallace Collection, Titian’s Rape of Europa (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum) will be reunited with its pendant Perseus and Andromeda for the first time in the United States.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum showcases a Museum-wide exhibition featuring new and recent work, along with a world premiere film commission, from multidisciplinary Chinese-American artist Shen Wei.
In singlehandedly blocking legislation that would have created national museums dedicated to women and Latinos, Utah Senator Mike Lee revealed himself as a cultural terrorist.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston places 12 paintings by Paul Cézanne—five from the MFA’s collection and seven from private collections—in dialogue with eight works by his peers and forebears, highlighting aspects of the artist’s practice.