In portraits in charcoal, handsome men and elegant women command attention.
The Buffalo museum plans to welcome visitors in a glass-walled ‘living room for the city.’
A museum exhibit explores the hippie invasion of the Green Mountain State.
The India Pavilion shows a sizzling art scene.
His Broadway performance makes for an astounding evening of theater.
In an exquisite new show, we see how Homer excels at the telling detail — whether treating the Civil War, beautiful but unlovely nature, or the daily life of women.
A new exhibit highlights Sendak’s set and costume designs for opera and ballet.
The new curator placed surpassingly ugly statues in the large niches, which were better left empty.
Alice Walton's foundation helps rural, small-town museums share big-city riches.
Pattern, Crime, and Decoration focuses on bleeding-edge art that makes the viewer happy.