Explore U.S. art exhibitions this season, showcasing artist influences and societal themes. From New York to Honolulu, discover art that tells a story.
Henry Taylor’s retrospective in New York dives deep into his extensive career. His art often portrays the African American experience, featuring over 130 works ranging from paintings to sculptures.
The Guggenheim is hosting a group show that questions how we see and are seen in society. The art pieces often feature figures that are partly hidden or obscured.
Discover how Henri Matisse and André Derain kickstarted the Fauvism art movement in 1905. Their colorful landscapes and portraits are must-see pieces at the Met.
This L.A. art show focuses on how art impacts communities and features works from 39 artists and collectives.
LACMA offers a unique look at how World War I was depicted by soldiers and civilians alike, featuring war posters, photographs, and art pieces.
This exhibition takes you back to late 1800s Paris, focusing on the often-overlooked laundresses through Edgar Degas’s art.
Indigenous artist Sarah Rosalena offers a fresh perspective on the universe through her unique craft techniques.
This show spotlights the significant contributions of Black performers and filmmakers, despite the challenges they faced due to racism and prejudice.
Art is more than just a visual delight; it’s a reflection of society, history, and human relationships. This season, take a journey through America’s museums and galleries to discover how artists influence each other and the world around them.
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