Greetings in the New Year 2023 We have an exciting post for your avid interest. The Cincinnati Art Museum presents 4 generations of Japanese Printmakers. Writer Helen Rindsberg walks us through the gallery with her personal insight into the evolution of printmaking in this family from the 20th to the 21st century. Sue Spaid reviews […]
Although Joan Mitchell’s home and garden was just a 9-mile hike from Monet’s Giverny paradise, their dialogues on canvas are an intimate interchange, still intriguing today.
The Yoshida Family Legacy features seven artists with seven unique artistic visions. The prints of these three men and four women illustrate the evolution of 20th and 21st century printmaking in Japan.
Leave it to the Detroit Institute of Art to bring Van Gogh to America!
Is Fika Leon, self-taught artist from Indonesia whose mystical works were recently shown at Miami Art Week, carving a unique path unbeholden to recent art market trends? Read Ekin Erkan’s projection.
Through April 30th, 2023, MOCA presents “Henry Taylor: B Side.” It is the most extensive view of Henry Taylor’s multi-layered oeuvre yet. Taylor, a Los Angeles fixture, navigates blackness and personhood by turning a balanced eye to the relationship between collective and individual existence. His exhibition gathers assemblages of people from his everyday life together […]