Old Masters, Hudson River paintings, galleries both grand and intimate — the former seaport town is right to be proud of this museum.
Is this how we want to present the country?
He’s better than Pollack, and the Ca' Pesaro exhibit of his mystical work makes for a nice break from the Biennale on the other side of town.
With thread and yarn, she breaks boundaries and builds labyrinthine work that captivates the viewer.
If there’s any place one could have their Road to Damascus moment, it’s here.
One of France’s oldest museums gets the makeover it deserves.
The show is not a gluttonous riot, like last year’s. But it’s a neat treat, with a focus on nature themes.
Do any Americans know that Syria was ever beautiful? That Syrians have a culture to be immensely proud of?
They’ve voted to spend close to $1 million to destroy an important work by a major muralist (who was a Trotskyite).
Christians should create their own cultural touchpoints that are just as excellent as the best Hollywood has to offer.