This exhibition features photographs of some of the most picturesque aspects of Ceylon, including the natural beauty of its people and landscapes.
Witness to War is an exhibition of photographs that honors U.S. veterans through the lenses of soldier-photographers who documented their first-hand experiences at war.
American Moderns, 1910–1960: From O'Keeffe to Rockwell presents fifty-seven artworks from the collection of the Brooklyn Museum in an exploration of the myriad ways in which American artists engaged with modernity.
During the early twentieth century, stars of the American circus were among the most idolized celebrities of the day. Their portraits and depictions of their marvelous feats of grace, agility, and bravery were used to sells tickets as circuses moved from town to town.
Herb Ritts (American, 1952–2002) was a Los Angeles-based photographer who established an international reputation for his distinctive photographs of fashion models, nudes, and celebrities.
Paolo Veronese (1528 - 1588) was one of the giants of Venetian painting, the most elegant of the triumvirate that also included Titian and Tintoretto. Veronese is perhaps best known for his grand ceiling paintings and large scenes of Biblical feasts.
Celebrating the gift of over 700 photographs to the collection, this exhibition will feature a representative sampling of images spanning the 20th and 21st centuries. The Warren J. and Margot Coville collection includes work by renowned photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Alfred Eisenstaedt and more.
The remarkable lithographs that inspired Howard Tibbals as he created The Howard Bros. Circus Model were featured in Now Appearing in the Howard Bros. Circus in the Poster Gallery of the Circus Museum's Tibbals Learning Center from September 18, 2012 to January 14, 2013.
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art together with Art Services International is pleased to announce the first exhibition held outside Tokyo dedicated to Japanese Art Deco.
Codex presents the latest work by internationally renowned installation artist, Sanford Biggers. A native of Los Angeles, California, and current New York resident, he uses the study of ethnological objects, popular icons, and the Dadaist tradition to explore cultural and creative syncretism, art history, and politics.