History tells us that the fermentation of various fruits and grains to create alcoholic beverages was a worldwide phenomenon. Case in point: wine in China.
Seydou Keïta captured Bamako life at the turn of independence in Mali. Keïta’s story is mythic and rich, as is that of his art and photography.
In Shang Dynasty China, fortune-telling with oracle bones was the key to political power.
The spoon predates the knife and the fork. It exists in every age and culture in a wide variety of shapes.
Follow the rich history of Dorothea Lange, as she captured the iconic and lasting portrait of Florence Thompson, more famously known as “Migrant Mother.”
Recent interest in Ghana’s thriving cultural production make the city’s distinctive historical architecture even more relevant.
Hieronymus Bosch died 500 years ago, but we can't take our eyes off of his paintings.
Can the Olympics increase museum attendance in both the long and short-term? Carol Scott and her team proved just that in documenting Sydney's case study.
When you think of Dada, do you think of Europe? If so, you’re missing one of its hotbeds—New York.
Revisiting the iconic work of Barbara Kruger (“Your Body is a Battleground”) that has just as much resonance today as it did a quarter century ago.