Schiele’s hometown is commemorating the centennial of his untimely death.
Niv Novak captures beautiful, high-speed movement of dancers. They look like they're elegantly floating in mid-air! Permission granted by Niv Novak. https://...
Gallery views of The Costume Institute's spring 2018 exhibition, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination, narrated by exhibition curator Andrew...
JULIE: "Ama is a silent film. It tells a story everyone can interpret in their own way, based on their own experience. There is no imposition, only suggestio...
Non-partisan platform For Freedoms has signed up over 200 institutions for the initiative, which aims to make art part of the public discourse
"Women Photograph Dalí," is on view through January 6 at the Gala–Salvador Dalí Foundation’s Púbol Castle in Catalonia, Spain.
"Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth" brings original "Lord of the Rings" artwork by author JRR Tolkien to the Bodleian Library.
A tape recently made public reveals that Bacon was busted by the Chelsea drug squad after a feud with his lover George Dyer.
The first offering of the iconic Rockefeller Collection realized $646 million and is the highest-grossing single-owner auction ever
The campaign, launched by Spotify and the MTA, coincides with the pricey and wildly popular exhibition David Bowie is at the Brooklyn Museum.
Lucas Museum of Narrative Art director Don Bacigalupi lays out plans for the Los Angeles institution that's set to open in 2022.
The artist’s monumental drawings, exhibited at Gagosian in London, challenge the viewer to discover unexpected details in their pitch-black surfaces
From rust being washed off some old pots to dirt removed from crevices between tiles, watching something return to its previous state is oddly satisfying and art pieces are no exception to that principle.
In 1913, Germany, flush with a new nation’s patriotic zeal, looked like it might become the dominant nation of Europe and a real rival to that global superpower Great Britain. Then it hit the buzzsaw
Long overshadowed by Picasso and Dubuffet, self-taught artist Baya had already earned acclaim for her paintings of expressive, assertive women by age 16.
*Contains adult themes. "Picasso's Last Stand reveals the untold story of the last decade of the great artist's life, through the testimony of family and close friends - many of them the people he allowed into his private world in the 1960s. As his health declined in these final years, Picasso faced damaging criticism of his work and intimate revelations about his bohemian lifestyle for the first
The photographer’s largely unseen set of 1960s photographs focusing on outcasts of society are being exhibited in a new showcase at the Smithsonian
The guerrilla art project turned a luxury suite into a 24-hour art pop-up, with a Trump lookalike jailed inside a prison cell with live rats.
For more than 300 years now, the "changing of the guard" from winter to spring in Valencia, Spain, has completely upended the rest of the world's idea of what "spring cleaning" means. Since the Middle Ages, Valencians and artistic communities convene each March for Las Fallas, the legendary art festival where sculptures are built, admired, and burned over a five-day celebration.
British master calls Johns painting False Start ‘ridiculous’ and Warhol’s works ‘very bad’
Vincent van Gogh is often called the most beloved artist of all time, his work influencing authors, filmmakers, designers and countless other artists who succeeded him. Now, a major exhibition is exploring the Japanese art and ideas that inspired the master himself.
His 1907 masterpiece “The Kiss” is a global icon. But Klimt’s genius and influence extends far beyond this singularly brilliant painting.
Banksy has taken to Instagram to claim a stencil street art piece that popped up last week in an empty lot on Coney Island Avenue.
The Rubin Museum is a gem that you can't miss if you are visiting NY. This video is presented at the Rubin Museum of Art as a part of the exhibition The Second Buddha: Master of Time.