by James Gardner
A forthcoming exhibition and its catalog examine the art of the Old Masters in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Genoa.
Object Lesson: Norton Pottery of Vermont - Norton pottery, Jamie Franklin, curator of the Bennington Museum, tells us, predates the state of Vermont itself by six years.
Openings and Closings: November 25 to December 1 - Check out what's going on this week at museums around the country!
Personal Space: Synapse Judgment - A neuroscientist ponders the collecting impulse.
Shop Talk: Adventures in American Art - Dealers describe exciting episodes and exhilarating occasions from their time in the trade.
Openings and Closings: November 18 to November 24 - See what's happening online and in person at museums across the country!
Wandering Eye: Eye-catchers and page-turners - What the editors of The Magazine ANTIQUES are looking at this week
Built Environment: A Masterpiece Made by Graft - Amid the pale, Grecian mediocrity of Lower Manhattan’s civic center stands a monument of unaccountable excellence, the Tweed Courthouse at 52 Chambers Street.
Critical Thinking/Difficult Issues: While the Iron is Hot - I wanted to show that antiques have something to say, not only about their own moment—in the more or less distant past—but also about our own.
Openings and Closings: November 11 to November 17 - Check out what's happening online and in person at museums around the country!
Curious Objects: What two paintings from the 1930s can tell us about women’s issues - This month, Ben learns how two women painters made their way during a time when the art world was still male-dominated
Editor’s Letter– November/December 2020 - I wondered how cultural institutions, desperate for attendance, were handling the restrictions forced by the coronavirus pandemic, and took a stroll along New York’s “Museum Mile” on Fifth Avenue.
Openings and Closings: November 4 to November 10 - Check out what's going on this week at museums at home and abroad!
By Elizabeth Pochoda
LIVING WITH ANTIQUES
By Gregory Cerio
By Eve M. Kahn
LIVING WITH ANTIQUES
By Brian Allen