Defining Cubism: Art’s Ability to Shatter and Build Again

One of the reasons LEGOs are still popular today is their versatility. Those ubiquitous blocks can create anything: a race car, a vase, even the Eiffel Tower. But did you ever wonder where this [...]

What Is Abstract Art? How Artists Make Something Out of Nothing

The kind of people who wander through museums proclaiming “I could’ve made that!” love to criticize abstract art. Perhaps that’s because it’s so hard to define. What is abstract art anyway? Is it [...]

The Rise and Reign of Modern Art

In the last 150 years alone, the art world has taken a series of tenacious twists and turns. What was once defined by ornate encasements, master apprenticeships and royal commissions transformed [...]

Yaacov Agam’s Kinetic Art Joins the Centre Pompidou Mobile

Yaacov Agam has been chosen as the only Israeli artist to be included in the Centre Pompidou Mobile, a traveling museum exhibition in France.

Park West Gallery Artist Series Presents: Anatole Krasnyansky

Albert Scaglione talks to Krasnyansky about his background, influences, painting styles, the evolution of his two signature themes and what the artist hopes to convey through his artwork.

Matisse, Picasso, and Modern Art in Paris

Works by the leading masters of modern art are on display at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV) in the exhibition, Matisse, Picasso, and Modern Art in Paris.

Miró in His Garden at the Maeght Foundation

Miró en Son Jardin (Miró in His Garden) will be on display at the Maeght Foundation in Saint-Paul-de-Vence.

Picasso and the Allure of Language

The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University presents Picasso and the Allure of Language, a groundbreaking exhibition examining Pablo Picasso's lifelong relationship with writers and the many ways [...]