“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.
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.
From academic training in Paris to exploration of the countryside landscape, Whistler to Cassatt reveals both the visual and conceptual influences of France on American painters in the 19th and early 20th century.
Rarely-seen installation works by pioneering artist Betye Saar (b. 1926) will receive their first dedicated exhibition in more than three decades at ICA Miami next October.
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.
The focused exhibition spotlights the centuries-old sub-Saharan tradition of silk production through indigenous and imported practices.
Falon Mihalic’s ‘Meander,’ a series of raised cast-concrete troughs filled with glossy pigmented resin, mimics Buffalo Bayou’s physical form and route, giving park visitors a new view of the familiar body of water.
The exhibitions include solo presentations of work by Genesis Tramaine , the Rubell Museum’s Artist-in-Residence; Hernan Bas; and Yayoi Kusama; and a selection of highlights from the collection with defining and seminal works by artists the Rubells championed early in their careers.