Brooke Wyatt explains how the exhibition, Material Witness: Folk and Self-Taught Artists at Work, explores a common question in art.
Storytelling through quilts in the collection of the American Folk Art Museum.
Takuichi Fujii’s illustrated diary during Executive Order 9066 is on display at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens.
An important new exhibition traces the life and work of Thomas W. Commeraw, free Black potter of early New York.
Few painters have experienced as great a fluctuation in their posthumous fortunes as Vittore Carpaccio, the subject of a current exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC…
Did you ever wonder how Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s use of distinctive collars with her judicial robes ever came about?
Big things are afoot at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, this country’s first museum and school of fine arts, very big things.
All about an exhibition at the Salmagundi Club
Philadelphia’s Woodmere Art Museum celebrates a native son, the progressive artist George Biddle
An exhibition at the Met reveals the vibrant colors of classical Greek and Roman sculpture