Country: United States Birth: 1944 What strikes us first in the photographs of Joseph Szabo is a quiet shock of recognition. His poignant images of the life of American teens present a nostalgic portrait of those tumultuous years between childhood and adulthood.
How Felipe Baeza’s Symbolically Charged Dreamscapes Give Body to Contemporary Struggles at the Venice Biennale
The most iconic curatorial moment in “The Milk of Dreams” at this year’s Venice Biennale was the pairing of works by Belkis Ayón and Simone Leigh at the opening of the Arsenale section of the show. Upon entering the first
Researchers digging in an ancient necropolis on the Italian island of Sardinia recently made a truly monumental discovery—a pair of torsos belonging to a group of millennia-old larger-than-life sculptures known as the “giants of Mont’e Prama.” The first batch of the stone figures,
London Galleries Ordered to Return a $1.2 Million Chagall to a U.S. Collector Swindled by Disgraced Dealer Ezra Chowaiki
New York’s Supreme Court has ordered a trio of London galleries to return a $1.2 million Marc Chagall painting to Pennsylvania collector Rick Silver, one of the victims of the disgraced Manhattan dealer Ezra Chowaiki, who in 2018 pled guilty to defrauding his clients. Silver bought the painting Bouquet de
Two Visual Artists, Winfred Rembert and Raven Chacon, Have Been Awarded Pulitzer Prizes for Biography and Music
Two artists were among the winners of the 106th Pulitzer Prize which was announced last night. The late Winfred Rembert won the award in the biography category and sound artist Raven Chacon won in the music category. Rembert’s winning autobiography, Chasing Me
The Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa opens on May 10 with a series of concerts leading up to the event at Cain’s Ballroom, featuring an all-star musical line-up to mark the occasion. The museum dedicated to the elusive folk music
Country: United States Birth: 1955 Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time. - Thomas Merton I am a Fine Art Photographer residing in Monterey Bay. My work consists of abstracts, surrealism, still lifes, landscapes, architecture, and portraits. I strive to
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston that called for Bernardo Bellotto’s Marketplace at Pirna (ca. 1764) to be returned to the heirs of Max Emden, a Jewish department store owner who sold it to Nazis in 1938. The judge, Keith P.