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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.
On the jewelry designs of modernist master Betty Cooke.
Lessons from the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia in Michigan.
A London folk art dealer reflects on the inspiration he has drawn from the home of a scholar and art collector in Cambridge, England.
On the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s long-term project to breathe fresh life into its period rooms.
Check out what’s going on this week online an in person at museums around the US!
To elaborate on the history of the suffragist movements, the Nantucket Historical Association has assembled a group of objects—paintings, literary paraphernalia, sculptures, and more—from those two successive waves of activism, which helped win the vote first for Blacks, then for women.
A forthcoming exhibition and its catalog examine the art of the Old Masters in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Genoa.
Check out what’s going on in person and online at museums in the U.S. and abroad!