As any visitor to The Warmth of Other Suns: Stories of Global Displacement will see, the experience of displacement is a global one, rooted throughout history and continuing to present day. As American citizens, it is woven into our shared experience that we, a nation of immigrants, represent all races, ethnicities, and countries. However, we […]
Pierrot illustrates William Baziotes’s belief that the traditional motif of the clown embodies similar experiences and struggles of the artist. The Pierrot is a playful yet tragic figure whose makeup-covered exterior entertains while the heart and soul of the person underneath searches for his place within society.
George Condo was on site last week to install about 200 of his works in the Phillips galleries. His exhibition, The Way I Think, opened last weekend and offers visitors unprecedented insight into the mind and creative process of this extraordinarily imaginative artist.