Review | The first major U.S. show devoted to the artist who helped forge Leonardo da Vinci’s genius
Verrocchio emerges from the shadows in a landmark exhibition at the National Gallery of Art.
Review | The Met is the world’s greatest art museum. Three under-the-radar shows confirm it — again.
These subtly linked exhibitions tell a story about Renaissance power and the dawn of the modern age.
For this artist and his girlfriend, life in lockdown became a creative opportunity
Stuck inside during the pandemic, Geandy Pavón made 40 days’ worth of witty, elegant art.
Review | From Basquiat to ‘Black Panther’: How graffiti went mainstream
A provocative exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston harnesses the creative energy of hip-hop and Afrofuturism.
A warrior woman with five faces and an ode to the twin towers: Two monumental acquisitions reopen the Hirshhorn’s sculpture garden
Contemporary pieces by Sterling Ruby and Huma Bhabha join the museum’s outdoor display.
Review | African American artists embraced modernism. But the art world didn’t embrace them.
Absorbing exhibition at the Phillips Collection, “Riffs and Relations: African American Artists and the European Modernist Traditions,” inspires deeply positive and negative emotions.
Review | It was at the Paris Opéra that Degas found the whole world — and his own tormented self
New exhibition at the National Gallery of Art explores the artist’s lifelong fascination with the theater.
Review | Dorothea Lange used photography to make an ugly world beautiful. She used words to give that beauty meaning.
Museum of Modern Art exhibition looks at how words fortified her pictures.