The fact that the Eisenhower memorial fails to inspire either admiration or ire raises the question of what was the point in having North America’s most prominent ‘starchitect’ involved.
The argument is that we should suspend moral judgment, that the film is a work of art with a complicated meaning, and the real problem is one of interpretation.
As civilization crumbles around us, Bradbury and his fiction offer several primordial lessons we would be prudent to reconsider.
Renowned painter Rupert Alexander sits down with The Federalist’s art critic William Netwon to discuss how a portrait artist can continue in a pandemic.
If perpetuating a white, patriarchal culture in any capacity is enough to merit monument takedown, nearly all statues are subject to removal, not just those of Confederate generals.
It’s time for our society to awaken from its media-induced slumber and demand human-scale architecture once again.
Talented artist Rebecca Coffin Anderson hopes landscapes and the concept of ‘place’ can spark important conversations that bring Americans together.
One North Dallas man is seizing the rare opportunity to meet and encourage his neighbors with music and art, all from a safe distance.
What I found was not only far more complex than I had anticipated, but also challenging to my preconceptions of Edgar Degas as little more than the Maurice Chevalier of painters.
The two friends created works that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also show how presentation is just as important to overall success as is content.
‘Raphael and His Circle,’ which opened recently at the National Gallery of Art, brings together works from the museum’s collections of prints and drawings by the master and his associates.
Nothing riles the cultural relativists and totalitarians more than the classical Western canon. The movement to bring back classical architecture in both Britain and the United States is long overdue.
Classical architecture offers the possibility of restoring beauty to gain respect for the work public buildings do in contributing to the common good.
Two historic women, one old and one young, were the first to welcome and praise the Savior of the world. And two glorious paintings communicate the beauty of these wondrous events.
J.K. Rowling made headlines for tweeting in support of an academic who lost her job at a think tank over tweets affirming the reality of biological sex.
You truly haven’t lived until you’ve seen Cate Blanchett wearing a bicycle helmet being spun around inside a giant clothes dryer as part of an art piece.
‘Comedian,’ the $120,000 piece of ‘banana art,’ reminds us today’s top artists define beauty all wrong. Artists are in this sense responsible for the shallow and ugly world we live in today — and nothing about it is comedic.
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