Check out what’s going on online and in person at museums across the country!
A pair of recent exhibitions prompts a new look at the eminent French postimpressionist
On Feb. 6 the MFA will open Collecting Stories: The Invention of Folk Art, a reconsideration of works on paper and sculpture from the Karolik Collection of American Folk Art
Check out what’s going on online at museums at home and abroad!
Check out what’s going on in person and online at museums in the U.S. and abroad!
Museums in Boston and Chicago plan for exhibitions that demonstrate the two cities’ shared love of the French Impressionist
In this episode of the podcast, Ethan Lasser tells the story of Dave Drake, an enslaved potter at work in Edgefield County.
See what’s going on this week in the art and antiques world
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston celebrates the work of a master from the “great age of illustration” around the turn of the twentieth century: the Danish artist Kay Nielsen.
When the Trump presidency ends, commentators will doubtless launch into a furious round of assessment. Among the motifs in this stock-taking, a humble article of clothing is sure to take on an outsize role: the red baseball hat, machine-embroidered with the legend “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.”