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During #MuseumInstaSwap, institutions are switching accounts and exploring each other's collections.
Institutions like the Walker Art Center are recognizing the role they play in educating visitors — whether it's using a canvas or not.
Honoree Phong Bui spoke of his journey to a greater understanding of the intersection between art and mental health, and
2econd Stage Theatre Manhattan Theater Club advertising for '30 Under 30' campaign. 2econd Stage theatre has their own version
Real treasure hunters show where secret history and folk art intersect.
"Art Brut in America" explores the strange legacy of Jean Dubuffet, the founder of art brut.
The cane, shiny like a sword, doesn't bother Konstantinos Pylarinos that much. He's learned to shuffle slowly with it on one side and his daughter Penny on the other.
New York City is an expensive city to live in, and sometimes it's nice to get out into the art world without breaking the bank. From classics like the Cloisters, to some new favorites, we think these are all worth visiting -- or revisiting. Here are a few of our top picks for the best free museums in the City.
What do Albert Einstein and a folk artist have in common?
Where: Los Angeles, California What: Part of the Getty Museum (and the larger Getty Trust family), the Center pays special
13. The Hammer in Los Angeles Where: Washington, D.C. What: The National Gallery was created out of a joint resolution from
Once upon a time, architects Liz Diller and Ricardo Scofidio, responsible for the current MoMA expansion, were close friends
An upcoming exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Manhattan is a sad metaphor for the perennial contradictions between art, architecture and the people who love them both.
The preliminary vision for the redesign consists of expanding the museum to encompass what are now three floors of an adjacent
Resisting the Whitening of Bill Traylor: Why We Should Remember the Slave and Sharecropper As Much As the Artist
Putting Traylor at the forefront of the mid-20th century African-American context for art today seems an act of reclamation that, in addition to restoring the African-American artistic heritage, also dispels the unfortunate aura of Outsiderism,