How to talk about nudity in art without sounding prudish or pervy.
One can hope that through special exhibitions and new acquisitions (it estimates that it averages one new acquisition a week), The Broad will discover, and embrace, its obligation to the public to truly represent the art of our time.
Marlene Dumas . For Whom the Bell Tolls, 2008 . Oil on canvas, 100 x 90 cm . The Rachofsky Collection and the Dallas Museum
Dumas's use of medium is refreshing and honest. Her works feel vibrant and of today; her use of watercolour and paint, on humble paper and canvas, reflect both the poetry and poverty of a South Africa that connects to the raw beauty of its geography.
Today is the birthday of South African artist Marlene Dumas. The painter, who is known for her rough-edged nude figures and
HuffPost Arts&Culture is celebrating Women's History Month with the help of our favorite artists -- female artists, of course
Old Masters consistently portrayed children as blithe creatures, though we must say the depictions turned out creepy in their
The exhibition 'Late Portraits & Still Lifes' will show at David Zwirner Gallery from May 4 to June 23. Born in 1900 in Pennsylvania
Maya Bloch: A while ago, when I was still just experimenting with painting at home I poured a bit of coffee on the paper
Alice Neel's Paintings Infiltrate London: Review of 'In the Company of Alice' at Victoria Miro Gallery
Victoria Miro, London http://www.victoria-miro.com/ Through July 30, 2010 "In the Company of Alice Neel" runs concurrently
Dumas exposes self deception and helps see this conflict in a new, well-timed exhibition in Chelsea.