Dive into the work of one amazing artist every Wednesday.
This video launches a series featuring artists in our Counterpressures exhibition, which explores the fraught relationship between humans and the environment.
Meet nendo, a global design firm founded by Oki Sato in 2002 known for its thoughtful, minimalist designs.
Discover the practice of Tezuka Architects, who design with daily life in mind.
Learn more about the influences and iconography in Jaune Quick-to-see-Smith’s works.
Discover the life and career of Max Weber, one of the first American artists to adopt cubism.
Robert Seldon Duncanson became one of the first African American artists to garner an international reputation for his landscape paintings. Learn more about his career and interest in the natural world.
Today we remember the performance persona Mlle Bourgeoise Noire (Miss Black Middle Class) of Lorraine O’Grady, whose incisive critique of the art world’s persistent racial, gender, and class exclusions remains just as relevant today.
Learn more about the career of Maya Lin, a designer and architect whose work examines landscape and the world around us.
This month, we’re celebrating the significant contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to the history and culture of this country. Discover Yasuo Kuniyoshi’s modernist style that blends Japanese and Western artistic traditions.
Get a special look behind the scenes on an upcoming project with artist Sharif Bey, who is inspired by modernism, functional pottery, Oceanic and African art, and the art of the African diaspora.