A collection of 20th-century cars traces ways automotive design — like all good design — reflects changing cultural needs and aspirations.
T.C. Cannon combined contemporary Western art influences with native traditions, making astute social and political statements with wry humor. He did not want his art to be pigeon-holed as native. He was an artist, period. […]
The Kimbell Museum’s Monet: Late Years exhibition heralds his lifelong vitality as a painter and shows that in his later years — with the suppression of detail in favor of increasing expressiveness – he was a pioneer of abstraction. […]
The Renaissance was a time when Christian piety and rational discovery challenged and justified each other — and Leonardo da Vinci was a man of his time. Everything he did, he did with purpose. […]
This small exhibition shows how this ancient type of paint is being used in widely varied ways by artists in modern times. […]
Long inspired by nature, artists have used their creative voices to call for the preservation of land, to bring awareness to environmental issues, and to encourage active stewardship of the earth. […]
A world-class museum in an unexpected place presents the history of American Art in the Heart of America. Wander waterside pavillions in a wooded Ozark ravine at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American art — Early, Modern and Contemporary. […]
An important museum in it’s art historical niche, the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) in Santa Fe NM, holds the premier collection in the world of contemporary art by Native American, First Nations and other Indigenous peoples. Read how Native artists contribute to mainstream art movements — without losing touch with their diverse cultural traditions. […]