Roman Vishniac Rediscovered

Roman Vishniac (1897-1990) was a photographer primarily known for his widely-circulated 1983 book, “A Vanished World,” which contains evocative black and white photographs of Eastern European Jews on the eve of World War II. Yet the breadth and  ...

Electronic Superhighway

    Nowadays it's hard to find anyone who will say that they don't like the internet. Just think about how much has been achieved because of it. "Electronic Superhighway" is a new exhibition currently showing at the  ...

Architecture of Life

Berkeley, California, a small city with a big reputation, is famous for its branch of the University of California, with its high academic achievement, as well as its liberal politics, free speech movement and its sophisticated performing and visual arts.  ...

The MoMA’s New Picasso Exhibit

    Despite the potential cold and snow that New York can be in the winter, it’s worth going for all to see and do. Not least of which is the current Picasso exhibit at the MoMA- “Picasso  ...

Maurits Cornelis Escher lithographs, illustrations, wood cuts

Dulwich Picture Gallery unveils Maurits Cornelis Escher's (1898-1972) curious and mind boggling illustrations, woodcuts and lithographs for this once in a lifetime exhibition. Escher mastered the technique to capture geometric shapes and extraordinary imagery onto stone and wood which sprouted  ...

NEAT: New Experiments in Art and Technology

  The fresh and exciting new exhibit at San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum (the CJM), displays 14 large pieces that combine art and technology by nine talented artists. Commissioned specifically for this exhibit, the work consists of fascinating and  ...

Lee Miller: A Woman’s War

  This timely major new exhibition of 150 photographs by acclaimed photographer Lee Miller portrays women’s experiences during the Second World War and reflects Miller’s unique insight as a woman and a photographer whose sharply observed and sensitively nuanced  ...