Here is a list of new museum shows in L.A. for Sept. 22-29: Betye Saar: Call and Response Exhibition pairs the the African American artist’s preliminary sketches and finished works exploring race, gender
Ubiquitous zimmerlinde and overbearing weeds: why Lucian Freud's paintings of plants are a window to his soul
The late British artist may be celebrated for his portraits, but at times of strain, he was happier painting plants “It was like a secret garden,” says Lucian Freud’s former studio assistant David Dawson.
It seems as though the gallery directors are thinking the same – let’s get back to basics, and not scare the punters What a difference two years make. The first time we checked in on Sydney Contemporary
Artist Debra Bernier scours the natural settings around her home to cultivate her artistic practice. Working in sculpture, the artist transforms the things she finds traversing the nearby shoreline into
Major Museum Exhibition Highlights How Manet’s Influential Late Works Led A Transition From Realism To Impressionism
Fine, dainty brushstrokes adorn the floral dress worn by Parisian actress Jeanne DeMarsy. The smooth skin of her pale face glows against the lush green and blue background fashioned with broad brushstrokes.
A square. We all like squares, orderly places of public enjoyment, signs of civilised city-building, agents of urban harmony across the centuries. Architects especially like squares, their being both symbols