“Brand New: Art and Commodity in the 1980s,” recently on view at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C., evoked the artistic strategies once employed in an […] The post Memory Banks appeared first on Art in America.
Known for tightly focused plein air paintings, Josephine Halvorson reflects on the complex locus—material, experiential, terrestrial, conceptual—of her observational practice. The post On the Ground appeared first on Art in America.
Taking her father as a representative inmate, Sable Elyse Smith creates neon-text sculptures, videos, photo projects, and drawings that protest the bureaucratic excesses and racial bias […] The post Firsthand At Arm’s Length appeared first on Art in America.
The N-Files Ron Tyler, retired director of the museum, is researching a book on Texas-related lithographs and recently contacted the museum’s research library to help him get a copy of a book manuscript, American View Books Printed by the Glaser/Frey Lithographic Process: Including Architecture, Local History, and Scenes Along the Early American Railroads: a Bibliographical […]
The N-Files ^ Karl Struss (1886–1981), Lower Broadway, New York, 1912, gelatin silver print on Japanese tissue, Amon Carter Museum of American Art We had the honor of welcoming family of artist Karl Struss to the museum archives recently. Struss was one among the pioneering group of photographers in New York who popularized fine art […]
The public can begin visiting the artist's atelier on June 26. Read More The post ‘A Little Time Capsule’: Giacometti Institute Opens in Paris with Reconstruction of Artist’s Studio appeared first on ARTnews.
She joins the institution following her time as director of curatorial affairs at the Baker Museum in Naples, Florida. Read More The post Gisela Carbonell Named Curator of Rollins College’s Cornell Fine Arts Museum appeared first on ARTnews.