An exhibition at the Whitney Museum offers a showcase for the both the stars and the less-heralded talents of American art at the advent of modernism
Critical thinking | Difficult issues: September/October 2021
Of Shoes and Ships and Sealing Wax…and a Red Wheelbarrow
At Vanderbilt: an influential artist and teacher remembered
When modernism dominated art in the United States, from the interwar period onward, Morris Davidson was a prominent and widely exhibited painter—as well as a teacher, a critic, and a leader of arts organizations. And yet, since his death in 1979, his work has fallen into obscurity.
A rare Kem Weber chair shows the European side of American modernism
An elusive armchair makes an appearance