Heading to Florida for the art and design fairs in early December? Make time on your schedule to visit a newly opened exhibition that examines the movement's migration from Europe to America, and its evolution from niche to universal appeal.
The late Art Deco style — a hallmark of 20th-century design in the Midwest — hits the big time, once again, thanks to a just-opened museum show that's blowing away the Windy City.
We've rounded up some of the best and brightest exhibitions of the new season, in cities from London to Los Angeles, San Francisco to New York, and points in between.
A new show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, in New York, celebrates the grand green Gallic spaces captured by such artists as Claude Monet, Mary Cassatt, Henri Matisse and others.
A new show at the Parrish Museum of Art, in Southampton, examines the ways in which photography and design both enhance and complicate each other.
Less well-known than his Old Master brethren, the Spanish artist Francisco de Zurbarán is the subject of a new show at New York City's Frick Collection.
One of the greatest abstract American artists of the 20th and 21st centuries talks to 1stdibs about his latest blockbuster exhibition, currently wowing visitors to South Florida's NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale.
A blockbuster exhibition at New York's Neue Galerie sheds new light on a design company that took Vienna — and the world — by storm in the first decades of the 20th century.
In the German artist's quietly eerie architectural paintings — currently on view at San Francisco's Hosfelt Gallery — all is not as serene as it at first appears.
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