Ann Bonfoey Taylor (1910–2007) created a life that personifies what an American woman can be—Olympic skier, championship tennis player, licensed pilot, successful skiwear designer, skilled sportswoman—but above all, she was a style icon.
This exhibition features ceramic works that reveal the progression of Athens artist Michael Simon's work over the course of his career. The objects are Simon's "pick of the kiln": the pieces he chose to keep after every kiln firing.
"Exuberance of Meaning" features 38 works of art and books, most of which Catherine the Great commissioned for her own use or for the courtiers who received them as gifts.
Organized by the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art and the Arkansas Arts Center, this exhibition features works by Carroll Cloar from major public collections as well as rarely seen pictures still in private hands.
Presented in conjunction with "Cercle et Carré and the International Spirit of Abstract Art," this exhibition comprises a selection of abstract films from the 1920s discussed by essayists in the third issue of Cercle et Carré's journal.
This exhibition is the first major one devoted to the art and activities of Cercle et Carré (Circle and Square), the artistic group cofounded in 1929 by Pierre Daura (1896–1976), Joaquín Torres-García (1874–1949) and Michel Seuphor (1901–1999).
This exhibition presents an historical overview of Ulrich A. Middeldorf's career as an art historian, teacher and curator.
In 1946, amid a “Cold War” conflict that emerged between the United States and the Soviet Union after World War II, the Department of State embarked on an innovative program of cultural diplomacy. At the heart of this initiative was a project known as Advancing American Art.