Topics :: exhibitions

What's Coming to Art Museums This Fall?

By Sura Wood | Monday Sep 1, 2014
It's hard to believe, but the fall arts season is upon us. This year's slate is noteworthy for the absence of SFMOMA and MoAD; both are closed for renovation, and the Berkeley Art Museum follows suit on Dec. 21.

What's Up at the Galleries in August?

By Sura Wood | Sunday Aug 17, 2014
Art doesn't take a summer vacation. Here's a taste of what's out there this August.

The Dinner Party

By Michael Cox | Monday Jul 14, 2014
Spectators were astounded by the audacity of Judy Chicago's art installation "The Dinner Party" when it was first exhibited in 1979. In "The Dinner Party: Restoring Women to History," the artist details this installation piece through images and essays.

The Gay Rub at the One Archives

By Caleb Rainey | Monday Feb 17, 2014
LGBT people in particular have been erased or ignored in cultural history and so rediscovering and preserving our lineage has been the focus for many activists and artists through the years.

Atlanta Hosts "A Day with HIV" Art Exhibit

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Dec 9, 2013
Running through January 4, Atlanta’s Public Library is holding the art exhibition, "A Day With HIV," to educate local communities about HIV.

"Downton Abbey" Costume Exhibit Arrives in U.S.

By Matthew Wexler | Tuesday Dec 3, 2013
"Costumes of Downton Abbey," a major exhibition of costumes from the award-winning Downton Abbey television series, will open at the Winterthur Museum in March 2014.

Gay Artifacts Subject of New Mo. History Museum Collection

Monday Dec 2, 2013
The Missouri History Museum is on the verge of the St. Louis region’s first mainstream collection of gay artifacts.

Migrating Archives: LGBT Delegates from Other Collections

By Sura Wood | Monday Feb 18, 2013
A new and unusual exhibition has landed at the GLBT History Museum.

’Pearl Earring’ Shimmers, Rembrandt Reigns

By Sura Wood | Wednesday Feb 13, 2013
The 35 paintings from the 17th century, an era rightly dubbed the Golden Age, are part of a collection belonging to a gem-like museum in The Hague housed inside a palace, which, you guessed it, is currently undergoing renovations.

Touchstone Gallery Offers an Inauguration-Inspired Group Show

By Doug Rule | Monday Jan 14, 2013
We wanted to do something special for this month, because of the Inauguration and because all eyes will be on Washington, D.C.,’’ says the gallery’s director Ksenia Grishkova.