440 Gallery announces Mapping Juried Exhibition

440 Gallery announces an open Call for Artists for the 2023 Annual Theme Show. The topic for the national juried exhibition is Mapping. Artwork selected for exhibition will be on display at our Brooklyn gallery space June 29 – July 28, 2023. Artists at all levels of experience and career stages are […]

Artplex Gallery announce Mark Acetelli: Surface of a Dream

Artplex Gallery is thrilled to present Mark Acetelli: Surface of a Dream, a solo exhibition showcasing the works of Detroit-born artist Mark Acetelli. His multifaceted artistry has been influenced by his upbringing in an artistic household, where he was encouraged to explore various forms of creative expression. Acetelli’s works are an amalgamation […]

Artspace Warehouse announce Postcards From Nowhere

In Postcards from Nowhere, nine contemporary artists invite viewers with them on a journey through a series of often familiar locations. Through a variety of media including painting, sculpture, and mixed media, this exhibition explores the ways in which artists construct and represent place, both real and imagined. The featured artworks offer […]

BMA presents Matsumi Kanemitsu: Figure and Fantasy

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) presents Matsumi Kanemitsu: Figure and Fantasy, an exhibition of 60 works by the American artist created during and shortly after the artist’s residence in Baltimore, including rarely and never-before-seen paintings, drawings, and sculpture. Over the course of his life, Kanemitsu (1922-1992) created a remarkable body of […]

Wild Forms: Fauve Woodcuts at the BMA’s Ruth R. Marder Center for Matisse Studies

This focus exhibition presents 14 woodcut prints produced early in the careers of French artists Henri Matisse (1869-1954), Maurice de Vlaminck (1876-1958), André Derain (1880-1954), Raoul Dufy (1877-1953), Othon Friesz (1879-1949), and Louis Valtat (1869-1952)—all members of or associated with the influential group of French artists known as the Fauves (Wild Beasts). […]

Cooper Hewitt Design Museum To Present Dorothy Liebes Exhibition

This summer, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum will present the first monographic exhibition in more than 50 years on designer and weaver Dorothy Liebes (1897–1972). Among the most influential designers of the 20th century, Liebes shaped American tastes in areas from interiors and transportation to industrial design, fashion and film. On view […]

Salman Toor: No Ordinary Love exhibition at The Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA)

The Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) presents the Pacific region’s debut of rising star Salman Toor (b. 1983, Pakistan) in Salman Toor: No Ordinary Love. On view July 13-Oct. 8, the exhibition features approximately 40 recent paintings and works on paper in the artist’s unique style of contemporary genre painting. Weaving together […]

New exhibition at Freedom Center showcases 1968 campaign against poverty

CINCINNATI – A new exhibition at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is illuminating the often-overlooked history of the multicultural movement to confront poverty that redefined social justice and activism in America. Solidarity Now! 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) and the National Museum of […]

Museum of the City of New York presents new photography exhibition

Opening March 10th, New York Now: Home – the inaugural edition of the Museum of the City of New York’s new contemporary photography triennial – considers the literal places we dwell and the homes we choose to make, exploring the many facets of contemporary homemaking in and around New York’s five boroughs. […]

Images of Devotion Exhibition at the The Museum of Russian Icons

Orthodox icons, typically made with egg tempera on wood panels, feature a stylized representation of the divine against a golden background, symbolizing the intangible and mysterious world of heaven. Icons, an integral part of worship in the Orthodox Church, offer us a glimpse of the divine and transcend ordinary, earthly reality. Retablos, […]

Photographer Axel Morin reflects on iPhone photography

For the French artist and photographer Axel Morin, the camera on iPhone is “like a brush to a painter.” The versatility of iPhone provides a new base for creation, and the immense variety of features offer endless creative possibilities. “iPhone is light, fits in one hand,” says Morin. “It’s perfect to capture […]

Frist Art Museum Announces Beatrix Potter Artworks Exhibition

The Frist Art Museum presents Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature, the first exhibition to tell the broader life story of the beloved English author and illustrator. Organized by London’s Victoria and Albert Museum—home to the world’s largest collection of Potter’s artworks—the exhibition will be on view from April 7 through September 17, […]