The previously unknown artwork discovered during renovations at the Cezanne family home in Aix-en-Provence, France, expands knowledge of the artist's development.
Singer-songwriter Alicia Keys and her husband, rapper/producer Kasseem Dean are also art collectors. A new exhibition highlights the contemporary Black artists who've caught their attention.
The National Gallery of Art is showing more than 100 of Mark Rothko's paintings on paper, many on view for the first time, in a new glimpse of the artist best known for huge paintings on canvas.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art had been displaying artwork from the Khmer era that was associated with a man indicted in 2019 for the illegal trafficking of antiquities.
Although not as well known as contemporaries like Dalí and Ernst, Fini was part of every major Surrealist exhibition. And her personal life was almost as fantastic as her Surrealist art.
An initiative from the Mellon Foundation dedicated to creating monuments that tell diverse stories recently pledged to double its funding for the project.
The nonprofit group Heritage for Peace's preliminary findings show 104 historic religious buildings, museums and archaeological sites have been destroyed or damaged.
It's Art Month in Nigeria — and a highlight is the celebration of art that is Art X, a wide-ranging fair that highlights "Black portraiture" as well as other creations from the continent.
Visual artists are fighting back against unauthorized uses of AI on their work by using tools that contaminate and confuse the AI systems. One tool, for example, can make AI think a dog is a cat.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts, the world's first major museum solely dedicated to championing women artists, reopens after a major two-year renovation to revamp its exhibition spaces.
A new art installation asks people and institutions to go beyond land acknowledgements - and give property back to Indigenous tribes.
London's White Cube opens its first New York art gallery with a show focused on how contemporary art can reference and distort prior creations to resist established power and value systems.
One of this year's MacArthur fellows — the so-called 'genius grant' — the artist Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons is inspired by her family's African roots, her Cuban childhood and modern American life.
Kenyan-British artist Michael Armitage painted Curfew after a violent flare-up in Mombasa, Kenya, during the early days of the pandemic. One art critic calls it a "modern masterpiece."
Susanna and the Elders, painted by Artemisia Gentileschi in the late 1630s, was commissioned by a queen — but it was later lost. It's now back on display, after being restored.