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.
Dürer's image of a rhinoceros which drowned off Italy 500 years ago remains one of the world's most famous prints.
Wax flowers were a major obsession of Victorian women, allowing them to combine art and industry.
In the wake of the Orlando massacre, how do we as a nation use art to help with healing and mourning?
Frida hats, and packs, and slacks, oh my! Frida Kahlo used material culture to construct her identity — and material culture made her an icon in return.
Before cell phones and selfies, American artist Cindy Sherman influenced the world with her monumental and ongoing series of self-portraiture.
SFMOMA celebrated its 75th anniversary with a huge architectural expansion, only rivaled by its technological innovations.
To outsiders, art auctions can seem like a parody of bizarre spending by wealthy people. The origins of ultra-expensive art lies in the nineteenth-century.