This exhibition will feature the work Jay Robinson has created since a fire in the mid-1990s destroyed his home and studio. Since then, Robinson has changed the direction of his work and reinvented himself as an artist.
Eighteen emerging talents from eight different areas will present their work in the annual MFA exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art. The exhibition will feature varied works born out of diverse approaches.
Two California Bay Area artists, Art Hazelwood and Ronnie Goodman, confront and tackle such present-day realities as homelessness, poverty, war, corruption and violence in their art.
From the international fight against fascism to protecting the proletariat, El Taller de Gráfica Popular (the Workshop for Popular Graphics, or TGP for short) worked diligently to keep pertinent issues before the populace of Mexico and the world.
Ralph Chessé (1900–1991) was a painter, sculptor and puppeteer who spent time in New Orleans, Europe and 1960s San Francisco. His travels and his work as a theater actor and puppeteer deeply influenced his work. This exhibition gathers paintings, puppets and works on paper that span his long and multifaceted career.
This exhibition draws from a private collection to present items that trace the development and history of the American band from its inception in the 1830s to the turn of the 20th century.
Drawing from the rich and varied Japanese collection of the Stibbert Museum, in Florence, Italy, this evocative exhibition features some 100 objects related to the legendary samurai warriors.
This exhibition will feature photographs by Raymond Smith, taken during a 3-month trip across the United States in 1974. Image: Street-Corner Preacher, Savannah, Georgia, 1974.
This exhibition will feature ornamental needlework of Georgia and investigate both feminine skills and girlhood education in the state.
This exhibition will look at the early basket-making history of the Cherokee, including the early-20th-century revival of the craft and the work of modern Cherokee basket makers.
A self-proclaimed Classicist, David Ligare creates perfectly ordered still-life, landscape, architectural and figurative paintings that occupy their own poetic world. The complete range of his subject matter is represented here in this retrospective exhibition of nearly 80 works, organized by the Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
The annual exit show for the graduating master of fine arts students at the Lamar Dodd School of Art.
This exhibition offers an engaging survey of international contemporary art and some of its modernist precedents framed within the compelling history of an important printmaking and multiples workshop. Featuring the work of more than 90 artists, it includes powerful, representative work by some of the biggest names in the contemporary art world.
From its opening in 1883 to the present day, artists have repeatedly focused on the bridge as a stand-in for both the city of New York and for the idea of modernity as defined by that city’s urban life. This show will feature approximately 55 paintings, works on paper and photographs by major American and European artists, primarily borrowed from leading institutions and private collectors, that depict the bridge.