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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UuyV71AGrU&feature=share&list=UUXflF3_PL... Hear not only from exhibition curator Stephanie D'Alessandro, but also from curators across the museum as they discuss Picasso's varied artistic...
MacArthur Fellow Kara Walker is perhaps best known for her large-scale cut-paper silhouettes exploring issues of race, gender, and power. These nearly life-size silhouettes often present stereotypical characters from the history of...
Despite the fact that he never actually traveled to the United States, Picasso and Chicago (opening on February 16 to members and February 20 to the public) celebrates the artist's strong connection with our fair city. Perhaps the best...
Many people may have spent $50 or more on their Valentine today. But how many would shell out that much for a card with a dead bird on it? In 1860s London, a decorative box with an intricately designed, three-dimensional valentine inside...
The first thing that always strikes me about this painting is the size. It's nearly 10 feet tall, making it very close to life-sized. The second thing is just how realistic the figure is. Zurbarán's Jesus is idealized to be sure, but it's...