Louise Bourgeois, the French-born American artist whose sculptures explored women's issues and were highly influential on younger artists over a long career, died on Monday in New York. She was 98.
Ray Tomasso, a paper maker and paper artist, lives in Denver. His work recycles material around him using centuries-old methods to make sculptures out of handmade paper.
On a personal quest to bring his father's work to a broader audience, Carl Kohler's son Henry (together with his sister Frida) he approached galleries in hopes that someone would embrace the work, but didn't have any luck.
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The Obamas hosted a "Poetry Jam" Tuesday night at the White House. Rising stars in the arts world as well as established poets, writers, and musicians were invited. Following is an excerpt of the evening, with footage courtesy HBO.
A multimedia artist, jewelry maker, and dancer from Egypt talk about their work and how they incorporate influences from their time in Cairo into their art forms. Jeffrey Brown continues his series on the Kennedy Center's Arabesque arts festival.
A new contemporary art exhibit in New Orleans that's billed as the largest of its kind to ever be held in the U.S. seeks to help bring about the healing and rebirth of the vibrant city that was devastated by…
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