A look at current and upcoming episodes of our podcast
A compilation of some must-see programs at the New York Winter Show you can attend this week
The Getty Museum has decided to publish a book Off the Walls to be released in the US on September 22.
The Statue of Liberty Museum opened in May on Liberty Island with much fanfare and celebrity wattage, Oprah Winfrey leading the lights.
Downtown Philadelphia is organized around a Calder family retrospective. It was my Uncle Fred, who has lived in the city for more than fifty years, who first pointed this out to me.
In an episode keyed to Art Carpenter’s Wishbone chair, scholar and curator Glenn Adamson shares his thoughts on the similarities and differences between art and design.
Ruins in the American collective consciousness
Among aficionados of early American decorative arts, the name Wunsch is legendary. The family’s art and antiques collection—started by the canny and ever-curious engineer E. Martin Wunsch (1924–2013), and administered under the aegis of the Wunsch Americana Foundation—is one of the most important in the field.
Nine leaders in the field discuss the changing antiques and fine arts market. Jane Nylander, preservationist The past speaks to Jane Nylander. She has been translating its messages for decades as curator at Old Sturbridge Village, director of Strawbery Banke, and former president of Historic New England. Are we currently losing ground in our commitment to preserve and conserve our …