Gerardo Suter: Labyrinth of Memory

Gerardo Suter: Labyrinth of Memory, an exhibition of the work of one of Latin America's leading photographers, draws together pre-Columbian images, human figures and primal themes, providing a unique and thought provoking visual experience. The exhibition covers several periods  ...

Jewish Museum Berlin

All photos (except second from top) by Bitterbredt´┐Ż "Build it and they will come," an angel advised Kevin Costner in a movie a few years back. He built the stadium and they did come. In the  ...

The Treasury of Saint Francis of Assisi

The Basilica of St. Francis has stood for over 750 years in Assisi, a beacon attracting pilgrims, both secular and ecclesiastical, impoverished and of royal heritage. All journey here to revere a man said to disdain wealth in all  ...

Edward Steichen

Talk to most any professional photographer today and Edward Steichen (1879-1973) is acknowledged as an influence and respected for his pioneering work that helped establish the medium as fine art. He bucked conventional standards as he experimented with filters  ...

Clemente

The first Francesco Clemente career retrospective is a whirlwind ride into the prolific artist’s nearly three-decade career. Italian-born Clemente, 47, is the youngest artist to ever receive a full museum show at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.  ...

Bill Viola: A 25-Year Survey

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is presenting an ambitious 25-year survey of the video art of Bill Viola. The retrospective exhibit includes fifteen of Viola’s creations, providing a powerful experience that will be completely new to most  ...

Leonardo da Vinci and the Splendor of Poland

Ginevra de' Benci, Lisa Giocondo, and Cecilia Gallerani are all major stars: they are the subjects of the three extant portraits of women by Leonardo da Vinci. All three women, needless to say, were from the upper classes--who else  ...