For six decades Amos explored race and gender in prints, paintings and fabrics. She died at 83 from complications of Alzheimer's but she knew that the Georgia Museum of Art show was in the works.
A nonprofit has identified 2,000 works by women artists that had been stashed in Italy's public museums and damp churches. It's also supported restoration of 70 works from the 16th to 20th centuries.
If you'd prefer to experience the charms of winter from a safe (and warm) distance, Boston's Museum of Fine Arts has some beautiful snowy scenes for you to admire.
Artists inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement have created images that have lasted even as protests have faded. Who are they? And how will this iconic art be preserved?
Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros — Los Tres Grandes — are the focus of an exhibition at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas.
The statue was once of a smiling woman in a pastoral scene. Now, it looks more like a melted candle with some gouged holes. Professional art restorers in Spain are calling for stricter oversight.
The National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago does an annual exhibit for the Day of the Dead. This year, it's centered on those who have died — and will die — in the pandemic.
An exhibition at MoMa PS1 features work created by currently or formerly incarcerated artists and their family members. Curator Nicole R. Fleetwood knows what it's like to love someone on the inside.
A visitor to the Metropolitan Museum Of Art in New York — where Lawrence's series, Struggle, is currently on view — helped identify a missing painting by the Modernist master.
"I've been an artist since I was a child," says James "Yaya" Hough. After serving 27 years in prison, he is now the first-ever artist in residence at the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office.
An exhibition at the National WWI Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Mo., explores what wartime women wore — from overalls to evening gowns — and how military uniforms have affected fashion.
A new fund created by the Andrew W. Mellon and Ford Foundations awards unrestricted grants to fellows working in a range of disciplines including architecture, dance, multimedia and journalism.
This year's MacArthur Fellows — recipients of what's commonly called the Genius Grant — include artists, scientists, dancers and more. They'll each receive a no-strings-attached $625,000 award.
An exhibition at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia showcases the art of barber, Baptist preacher and self-taught woodworker Elijah Pierce.
"We're thinking about it as an archive of well wishes, but an archive that shouldn't exist, that exists because of a terrible structural inequality that we all face," says artist Sam Lavigne.