Archive of: Art, Galleries

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Raven’s Many Gifts: Native Art Of The Northwest Coast

Raven’s Many Gifts: Native Art Of The Northwest Coast

A Massachusetts museum captures the spirit of indigenous tribes on the other side of the country.

June 2014
Jules Tavernier

Jules Tavernier

Everywhere the artist went, he blazed a trail.

April 2014
Alfredo Ramos Martínez

Alfredo Ramos Martínez

Hollywood embraced him, but art history has largely failed to.

April 2014
Agnes Martin: The New York-Taos Connection

Agnes Martin: The New York-Taos Connection

What do we make of art that was rejected by the artist?

April 2014
Art Gallery: Briscoe Western Art Museum

Art Gallery: Briscoe Western Art Museum

South Texas at last gets the museum it deserves.

March 2014
Art Gallery: Western Photographers

Art Gallery: Western Photographers

Artistic differences make Tamara Gooch and Jess Lee's work all the better.

March 2014
Views From The Flying Carpet

Views From The Flying Carpet

Greg Brown’s aerial photography exhibit runs through late April in Arizona.

March 2014
Old Faithful Haynes Photo Shop

Old Faithful Haynes Photo Shop

A new stop in Yellowstone revives the F. Jay Haynes legacy.

March 2014
A President In Yellowstone

A President In Yellowstone

F. Jay Haynes captured the first president to ever travel that far west.

March 2014
F. Jay Haynes

F. Jay Haynes

William Henry Jackson might have gotten to Yellowstone with his camera first, but Frank Jay Haynes followed soon after and stayed much longer.

March 2014
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