March 30, 2015–July 10, 2015In 1906, when Yasuo Kuniyoshi (1889–1952) was just 16, he emigrated by himself from Japan to the United States with two hundred dollars in his pocket. Kuniyoshi eventually made his way to New York City and the center of th
November 21, 2015–March 27, 2016Robert Motherwell (1915–1991) helped forge a new vision of painting that established Abstract Expressionism at the vanguard of post-war painting and transformed New York into the epicenter of the art world in the secon
June 4–September 8, 2016The retrospective exhibition at The Phillips Collection (opens in new window) marks the upcoming centennial of the death of William Merritt Chase. A letter from Chase's students at the Art Students League as well as Chase's no
The Archives of American Art is pleased to present What is Feminist Art? on view November 26, 2019, through November 2020.
The Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, presents a new exhibition from its expansive collection showcasing material from every state and the District of Columbia.