The artist’s six-decade career is explored with one hundred pieces of decorative and fine art dating from the Belle Époque and beyond.
Storytelling through quilts in the collection of the American Folk Art Museum.
Two exhibitions showcase the work of overlooked and underrepresented women artists.
An exhibition of Pueblo pottery seeks to reveal the soul that resides within the art.
Takuichi Fujii’s illustrated diary during Executive Order 9066 is on display at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens.
On view at the Barnes Foundation is the work of one of the most famous and least known members of the great American self-taught artists.
Two summer exhibitions explore works in the most elusive yet expressive of mediums
An overlooked metal gets the spotlight at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.
A current exhibition at the Norton Simon Museum examines the many meanings of the edible in art.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art introduces audiences to the life and work of Juan de Pareja, an artist who was an enslaved studio assistant of Diego Velasquez.