If paintings can be windows, R.H. Quaytman’s paintings are windows into the artist’s ongoing conversation with herself and with art history.
Roy Lichtenstein: A Retrospective displays over one hundred popular paintings, drawings, and sculptures from throughout Lichtenstein’s career.
A controversial (and unpopular) origin, threat of destruction under the Nazis, storage in a barn in Norway, and two art heists.
Artist Jason Shawn Alexander pushes the emotional boundaries of the painted canvas.
In an exhibition spanning four decades, the Morgan Library showcases Josef Albers’ Homages to the Square. The German, a shamus of color and its capabilities, took cues from pre-Colombian, Bauhaus and mid-20th century American art to craft a powerfully unique form of expression.