women in art history
A new exhibition called "The Woman Destroyed" attempts to rip the ideal woman from art history's grip.
We know from our National Treasures work with the original Whitney Studio in Greenwich Village that this unique history is one that is continually taking shape. And because of that, we offer five lesser known facts about Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney and the original Whitney Museum of American Art.
Golden’s work is a powerful example of the female gaze, a uniquely female expression of the way the erotic imagination of
Young artists like Susan Rothenberg, who came of age in the early 1970s, became frustrated with this "dead end." Rothenberg had made classic minimalist -- what she called "Gestalt" -- paintings, comprised of a few colors in geometric shapes.
For the exhibition Wiley teamed up with Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci to design costumes for the subjects, studying the
Today is #WhyILoveMuseums day on Twitter, and we decided to spotlight an upcoming exhibition that shows what a museum is