Renowned for his powerful paintings of American life and scenery, Winslow Homer (1836–1910) remains a consequential figure whose art continues to appeal to broad audiences. Now open , Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents will reconsider the artist’s work through the lens of conflict, a theme that spans his prolific career. A persistent fascination with struggle permeates Homer’s art—from emblematic images of the Civil War and Reconstruction that examine the … Continue reading Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents
The Norton Simon Museum presents Alternate Realities, an exhibition focusing on four groundbreaking painters who were active in Los Angeles or the Bay Area in the 1950s and 1960s: John Altoon, Richard Diebenkorn, Frank Lobdell and Emerson Woelffer. Each of these artists worked in a style closely associated with Abstract Expressionism, but they did not reject representation outright. Instead they forged a productive dialogue between the … Continue reading Alternate Realities: Altoon, Diebenkorn Lobdell, Woelffer
An exhibition of new work that considers how histories of trauma can be explored through a response to museum and gallery collections opens at the National Gallery in March 2022. If you prick us, do we not bleed? by the Gallery’s 2021 Artist in Residence Ali Cherri, introduces cabinets of curiosity into the heart of the Sainsbury Wing, containing assembled fragments that might look like relics … Continue reading 2021 National Gallery Artist in Residence: Ali Cherri: If you prick us, do we not bleed?
The High Museum of Art continues to expand its unparalleled collection of American self-taught art with a gift of 47 works by Southern self-taught artists from Atlanta collectors Harvie and Charles (“Chuck”) Abney. The paintings, sculptures and drawings, which will be followed by 26 works to be bequeathed to the High, are by more than a dozen of the most widely celebrated self-taught artists, including … Continue reading Atlanta Collectors Harvie and Charles Abney Give 47 Works by Southern Self-Taught Artists to High Museum of Art
Art Basel Hong Kong returns to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) with 104 leading galleries from 23 countries and territories selected for the 2021 edition. Bringing together Art Basel’s digital and physical platforms in a new scale and format, this year’s show features 56 satellite booths by galleries who could not physically attend and the new ‘Art Basel Live: Hong Kong’ initiative … Continue reading Art Basel presents its Hong Kong show in hybrid format with 104 leading galleries
Gift honors the lives and legacy of Jane Lang Davis and Richard E. Lang The Yale University Art Gallery has received an extraordinary gift from the Friday Foundation honoring the legacy of late Seattle philanthropists Jane Lang Davis and Richard E. Lang. The Lang collection is one of the most important private collections of 20th-century art in the country, with masterworks by renowned postwar American … Continue reading Yale University Art Gallery Receives Major Gift from Friday Foundation
On Monday, October 26, The National Gallery’s galleries east of the Rotunda on the West Building’s Main Floor will reopen to the public for the first time since March 13 Continue reading The National Gallery of Art, Washington, Announced A Schedule For Additional Gallery Openings Over The Next Several Weeks