Two mammoth paintings by Peter Waddell depict very different aerial views of L’Enfant’s grand design.
Saul Steinberg’s recently republished “The Labyrinth” is a one-volume exercise manual for the eyes.
Anthea M. Hartig, of California Historical Society, becomes first woman to be the permanent director of the museum.
The latest episode of “Historically Black” explores black love and marriage from slavery to today.
A search for a family connection led one man to an online forum and his great-great-grandfather's music.
Damon Keith is still crusading for justice as a U.S. Court of Appeals judge.
From September through February, visitors will not need timed tickets for entry on weekdays.
Kaywin Feldman, director of the Minneapolis Institute of Art, will succeed Earl “Rusty” Powell III, who is retiring.
“Posing Modernity” is at the Wallach in New York, and “I Can’t See You Without Me” at the Wexner in Ohio.
It wasn’t just the artists and curators who were asking tough questions.
Known for found-object sculptures, the artist turns to paintings in a “pretty bloody” show at Hemphill Fine Arts.
Take someone you love to an art museum, whether it’s the Whitney or one in a college town.
Opening on the first floor of the American History Museum in 2021, the exhibits will celebrate Latino contributions.
What is the place of the institution’s first building in its future?
Our politics may be a dumpster fire, but artists are rethinking white patriarchy.
Other photo exhibitions include a meditation on loss and “Women Who Make IberoAmerica.”
A knockout show of paintings by Charline von Heyl is on view at the Hirshhorn.
At the Hirshhorn’s ‘Pulse’ exhibition, hand sensors and finger scanners collect the varying rhythms of visitors’ pulses.
Photography’s wunderkind shot streets, fashion and portraits.
The documentary photographs include self-portraits, roadside scenes and moments in history.
MoMA devotes two venues to a giant survey of this country’s great conceptual artist.
Columbus museum showcases the American movement marked with literary, artistic and musical brilliance.
Pyramid Atlantic Art Center’s group show has works on paper alongside stone and steel sculptures.