Art News Archive

Ringling Museum Installation Mimics Artists’ Synesthesia

Pathless Woods is a lively art installation at The Ringling Museum in Florida that combines color,

Loving Vincent | A Look at the First Fully Painted Film

Social media has been buzzing recently about Loving Vincent, the world’s first painted full-length film. The

“Old Mistresses” Receiving More Recognition

Female artists have not been celebrated as much as their male counterparts in art history. However,

Valuable Sculpture Damaged at D.C. Museum, Possibly by Selfie-taker

Part of an exhibition at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C. was damaged and closed last

High School Art Project Accidentally Appraised at $50k

Imagine creating a piece of art in a high school art class. You put a lot

JMW Turner on the £20 Note | Artists as National Heroes

Last week, the Bank of England announced that, starting in 2020, famed British Landscape painter JMW

What Does “The Next Rembrandt” Mean for Art?

Last summer, while roaming the galleries of the Detroit Institute of Arts, I was lucky enough

Chicago’s Art Institute Receives $500 Million Art Donation | Here & Now

The 42 pieces of art, donated by Stefan Edlis and Gael Neeson, include works by Andy

The Getty Opens its Collection to Public for Unrestricted use of Digital Images

On Monday, the Getty announced it’s Open Content Program. The OCP will allow visitors to the

The Met Sued Over “Misleading” Admission Practices

Last fall, Carrie and I visited the Met and the Cloisters while in NYC. While checking