Curators as Kissingers: Can Museums Repair Diplomatic Relations?
October 17, 2014

Art can often reach places that politics cannot.

Gorgeous Vintage Sketches of Tolstoy and Your Other Favorite Authors
October 02, 2014

Amazing renderings of our most cherished literary figures.

Anne Sinclair: 'I Don’t Believe That the French Jews Are Fleeing'
September 29, 2014

"I don’t believe that the French Jews are fleeingit’s absolutely untrue"

I Am Sorry for My Hipster Generation's Utter Destruction of Culture
September 26, 2014

And has let it be overrun my talentless, irritating hipsters.

Liberals Are Killing Art
How the Left became obsessed with ideology over beauty
August 04, 2014

How the Left became obsessed with ideology over beauty.

What Andrew Wyeth Could Teach Modern Doctors About Practicing Medicine
The art of medicine is not so far from art
August 04, 2014

Andrew Wyeth rocketed to success after painting his sick, handicapped neighbor Christina.

Norman Mailer's Secret Hobby Was Trying to Draw Like Picasso
Writing was difficult for the author; drawing was joyful
July 16, 2014

Writing was difficult for the author; drawing was a joyful, spontaneous form of expression.

The Unknown Master of Color Photography
Timeless images from one of the earliest experts
July 01, 2014

These photos look like they were taken yesterday. In fact, they were some of the first color photographs ever taken. 

The Art World Has Stopped Distinguishing Between Greatness and Fraudulence
And it's costing us
June 12, 2014

And it's making a lot of money for the frauds. But it's costing us.

Moving Photographs of Some of the Victorian Era's Greatest Figures
The Metropolitan Museum has released a flood of art—including these beautiful Julia Margaret Cameron photographs
May 20, 2014

You can't see these rapturous photos in the Museum.