Leave it to the museum at the heart of Silicon Valley to conquer the intersection of technology and art.
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The Decline of Form
Roman art and sculpture reached sophisticated heights. But then, things started to look like Lego blocks.
Cakes & Pop Art
Wayne Thiebaud’s paintings of cake helped develop American Pop Art in the 1960s.
Bronzeville at Night
Archibald Motley’s style represented a new to complement Alain Locke’s New Negro, and maybe a new, more just America.
Liberty Leading the People
In honor of the recent french election, let’s take a look at a favored french pastime: revolution.
Between foraging for berries, hunting for dinner, avoiding things hunting humans for dinner, neolithic man somehow made time for art.
The Masses, Millennials, and Infinite Kusama
Get the scoop on how to get in and how to keep your sanity at the Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirror exhibit at the Hirshhorn.
Save the National Endowment of The Arts
Art for art’s sake! Or, if that doesn’t work here are some other reasons.
Tube Paint: A Revolution
In 1841, painter John Goffe Rand was struck with a brilliant idea. Rather than spend hours mixing and re-creating paint colors in a studio, he put oil… Read more “Tube Paint: A Revolution”
Overheard: Modern Art Exhibit
Real things overheard at a modern art exhibit — imagined responses.