New York ranks among the top cities in the world for its art museums: from the expansive collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art to the modern and contemporary wonders of the Guggenheim or the New Museum, art lovers are in for a treat when it comes to museum-hopping. The beauty of the Big Apple’s…
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He’s one of the most famous and recognizable artists that the United States has ever produced. His young protégée would become the wunderkind of the New York art scene who would sky rocket to fame as a figure of his generation. Together, they would become an unlikely powerhouse pairing of artistic talent and one of…
Ultra-Contemporary is the fastest growing category in the art market. We've asked seven art specialists which "up and coming artists" to look out for.
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For too long Black artists' voices were silenced, but recent generations have fought for acclaim with a combination of talent and profound concepts.
Gustave Baumann has carved out a place for himself in American hearts with his meticulous woodblock masterpieces depicting bright and captivating scenes.
Henri Matisse’s The Red Studio was first greeted with bewilderment. But over time it redefined art; today it's regarded as a watermark in modern art.
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Today’s market for Native American pottery offers incredible variety in styles and techniques, so take a moment to familiarize yourself before you invest.