Even if an audience understands the financial motives behind apparently progressive acts, they can still tell if those acts are meant genuinely.
Rosie the Riveter has become a symbol of feminine strength, but she first entered American consciousness in the music of composer John Jacob Loeb.
I highly recommend that you put aside a little time for the exhibition.
Soutine was illustrating the way in which death could reach for and resemble the guise of life.
The photographer had spent the summer of 2001 on Cape Cod, working to assemble a series of photos he’d taken of lower Manhattan.
It’s a haunting exhibit, suffused with anxiety and denial.
Golub’s art is meant to jolt. It punches you right in the face, then right in the gut.
Jewish artistic institutions only infrequently allow their visitors to think in purely aesthetic terms.
As chairman of the board of the Brooklyn Museum, Rubin defended the institution from then-mayor Rudy Giuliani’s attempted censorship.
The question for the Met isn’t about taking tainted money.
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