The image of the artist as eccentric genius or shaman is ubiquitous in popular culture for good reason. ...
Artist Betye Saar subverts, reclaims, and draws on both public and personal spaces. Her work remains as relevant today as it did when it was first created.
Poor English women imbued everyday objects with an emotional power that they gave and received. These were known as love tokens.
Today, photography is commonly accepted as a fine art. But through much of the 19th century, it was an art world outcast.
Using freeway signs as his medium, artist Edgar Heap of Birds disrupts American perceptions of Native-American culture and history.
Though considered a limited artist, Martin Droeshout engraved the only portrait of Shakespeare, which appeared on the cover of the first folio.
Artist James Luna uses his body as an intervention to white art-historical practices.
Delve into the art and culture of Fox’s “Empire” through the monumental portrait paintings of Kehinde Wiley.
The Nazis weren't the first looters of European art treasures.
The role of art in helping veterans heal from the traumas of war.