Massive Nashville Exhibit Gives a Tour of American Art Today
45 artists showcase their work in 'State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now' at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts.
Meet the Organization Giving Unrestricted Grants to American Artists
With threats to government arts funding, United States Artists steps up to fill the void.
Vintage Americana Makes Collages of Wartime Valor and Disquietude
A London show mixes found objects and collectibles to build and define a commentary on war.
'Black Cowboy' Exhibition Reveals a Forgotten Part of US History
A new exhibition at The Studio Museum in Harlem challenges popular silver screen portrayals of the American cowboy.
A Drifter’s POV Colors Landscapes of the American West
Drawing visuals along his path, artist Ray Pettibon pursues the complexities of Americana by combining artistic elements.
Meet the Artist Quilting Flaccid Pink AK-47s
Artist Natalie Baxter makes warm guns to have and to hold.
Get Schooled on America and Its Artists with NEA Podcasts
With over 250 podcasts to choose from, the NEA produces in-depth conversations with both the country’s most well-known and unchartered artists.
Stunning Photos Show the Disappearing Remains of Navajo History
New photo books documents the last days of trading posts, a once-vibrant cultural institution.
Tanja M. Laden
Gold Chains Float on Asphalt in the Art of Luis Gispert
'Dip Set,' 'Black Boy George,' and 'Gorillas in the Mist' are some of the names of the works in 'Aqua Regia,' which opens tonight at OHWOW Gallery.
Watch the Empire State Building Imitate Famous Paintings with Light
Talking to the lighting designer who put Andy Warhol's 'Flowers' on the Empire State Building to celebrate the opening of the Whitney Museum of American Art at its brand new building.