The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, opening in September, has redesigned its galleries amid social movements like Black Lives Matter.
Experts are examining a watercolor found in an antiques shop that may be a rare work by Edmund Walpole Brooke, who painted with van Gogh during his final months.
Throughout the South, fluid new museums serve as memorial markers too. Greenwood Rising follows a neighborhood’s history into the present.
Out: the Metro and the Seine. In: the PATH and the Hudson. The Pompidou Center plans to open its first North American satellite museum in a renovated industrial building.
Murakami explains that artists like himself “have been hugely influenced by art brut artists,” as some 200 works by art brut and outsider artists are about to go on display.
A new exhibition in Amsterdam reconstructs personal histories to confront the Netherlands’ extensive and little-discussed involvement in the international trade of enslaved people during the colonial era.
A show of work by Hannah Wilke and Eva Hesse at Acquavella Galleries raises the intriguing question: What constitutes erotic art as perceived by the female gaze?
The question: “How Will We Live Together?” The answers: Pavilions that resemble science-fair projects, conflict-resolution sites and flights of fancy.
As the center moves beyond the pandemic, Bivins plans to add more items reflecting the African diaspora and make those materials more accessible.
Towers with sections that extend into the open air seem to defy gravity. Here are a few ways architects and engineers make it happen.