The museum, housed in the exquisite 17th-century Hôtel Salé (built for the salt tax gatherer Pierre Aubert) in the Marais district, is transformed.
There is much more exhibition space, so about 400 of the museum’s 5,000 works will be on show at any one time. The display is […]
Four works by major artists of the Hudson River School were issued as postage stamps by the U.S. Postal Service in August 2014. They are the 12th issuance in the series, American Treasures.
When the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz exhibited The Hudson River to Niagara Falls: 19th-century American Landscape […]
Audio Arts | Tate.
Inlay (reverse) for Audio Arts Volume 8 Nos 2 and 3 published in 1987Archive reference: TGA200414/7/3 Volume 8 Nos 2 and 3© William Furlong
So this is a blog focusing on visual material, but an importrant archive of audio capturing artists’ in their own words, as well as some […]
LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) announced that they have made 20,000 high quality images of works in their collections available for download for free and unrestricted use! They have also unveiled a new, easy to use, non-heirarchical website to discover works that students can use for research or term papers–or anything else […]
MoMA | Goldfinger: The Design of an Iconic Film Title.
Image: Robert Brownjohn. Preparatory study for Goldfinger title sequence. 1964. Silver-gelatin print
This small focus installation features the first film title sequence to enter MoMA’s collection as a design work in its own right, along with related preparatory material. As […]
NEW YORK —The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that its branch museum in Fort Tryon Park, The Cloisters, will reopen to the public on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
The Metropolitan Museum’s main building at Fifth Avenue and 82nd Street will continue to be open to the public on its regular schedule.