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For the quincentenary of his 1519 death, a dazzling display of exhibitions and new books honor the master's capacious vision.
The artist takes over a lavish Chicago mansion, for a contemporary twist on Gilded Age excess.
The Harlem artist transforms items from his local community into profound and evocative artworks that keep their origins visible.
Gorgeous, detailed daguerreotypes of Mediterranean architecture from a previously unknown pioneer of early photography.
“Soul of a Nation” takes a breathtaking look at the political and aesthetic work of Black Power artists.
"At some point, I'm going to have to decide when and how I want to stop being angry."
Gorgeous illuminated manuscripts illustrate a broad concept of what monsters were -- and meant -- in medieval Europe.
500 years of Spanish art makes the point that culture links us, rather than separates us.
The activist-artist takes a historical, artifact-based view of American racism yesterday and today.
A thread through the history of American photography exposes our obsession with guns as both tools and symbols.
Hujar’s photos of artists and drag queens, skyscrapers and farm animals, and so much more animate a powerful retrospective at The Morgan.
Zurbarán's images of Jewish patriarchs made a case for religious and ethnic tolerance. Concerns that are still vital today.
No, we're not all brooding eccentrics.
A billionaire paying exorbitantly for a Basquiat is a bad reason to dedicate an exhibition to it.
During an Age of Faith, Murillo infused the artistic patrimony of Spain with beauty, joy and hope of salvation.
An artist with something profound to say about race, gender and dignity.