Does the pervasive image of the impoverished and struggling artist endure in today's hot contemporary art market? Anyone who has studied or discussed
Alexander Calder, known as the artist who "made sculpture move," revolutionized sculpture by suspending objects, creating mesmerizing shadows and chan
Above image: David Hockney and his two dogs Dogs are not only a man's bestfriend, they're also the favorite subject of
Our visit to The Armory Show this year offered a glimpse into the multifarious and truly varied nature of the art world today.
Appropriation has a long and varied history in the arts and is a broad term that denotes the intentional copying and borrowing of pre-existing imagery