While Delacroix might defy easy classification among art historical “isms,” his lifelong devotion to drawing is certain.
Richard Barnet is exhibiting two sculptures in Politics of Space, a group show now on view at Plaxall Gallery.
A Canadian printmaking student has built a research project around the life and work of Sylvie Covey.
Cornelia Foss is one of five artists exhibiting at the Rafael Gallery in 5 on 59: Painters’ Perspectives.
The Masters: Art Students League Instructors and Their Students presents one hundred artworks made by major artists, from 1900 to the present, who studied, taught, or studied and taught at the Art Students League.
A portrait commission, two group shows, and an article
Martha Bloom will be exhibiting Dripping Moon Lake as part of a faculty exhibition at the New York School of the Arts.
On view now, in the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, is a selection of work by previous winners of the Art Students League’s major grants.