Richard Selden

The Auction Block August 6, 2014

The fall auctions of Asian art are lined up in New York like the panels of a painted screen, beginning ...

Brandywine: Wyeth’s Other World

Andrew Wyeth’s “Wind from the Sea” – the centerpiece of the “Looking Out, Looking In” exhibition at the National Gallery ...

D.C.’s ‘Experimental Orchestral Laboratory’ is Ten Years Old

“We’re radical subversives,” asserts Joe Horowitz, former New York Times music critic and author of eight books, including a ...

‘TIP’ and Lots of Play at Carnegie Museum

In 1974, the stark exterior of the Sarah Mellon Scaife Galleries became the new gateway to Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum ...

With Warhol & Carnegie

Paul Warhola, Andy Warhol’s older brother, died last month at age 91.

On Pennsylvania Avenue in Pittsburgh, painted on ...

Winter Travel: The Caribbean

Mustique Island By NIcole Cusick

Mustique Island is a private island of the archipelago that makes up St. Vincent and ...

Sugarloaf Mountain Day Trip

Ah, Sugarloaf—what views as our cable car rises above the islands of Guanabara Bay! Sorry, wrong Sugarloaf. We’re ...

N.Y.C. Art Exhibitions

MoMA has Magritte. The Jewish Museum, Chagall. Kandinsky is at the Neue Galerie and Gaultier is in Brooklyn. Christopher Wool ...

Modern ‘Leger’ in Philly

In the catalogue for the exhibition “Léger: Modern Art and the Metropolis,” a photograph shows the painter at the opening ...

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