If a politician’s broken promises ever broke your heart, Beethoven knew how you feel.
Actor Lon Chaney was the movies’ original “Man of a Thousand Faces.” Who is the man (or woman) of a thousand faces today?
Artist Laura Poitras—the filmmaker who helped Edward Snowden—shows Americans how to survive total surveillance in a new exhibition.
Warhol may be dead, but Pop Art is not—it’s more international, relevant, and alive than ever.
Picasso didn’t fight in World War I, but he still struggled with how that war influenced his art and life.
Monty Python’s Terry Jones argues that economics isn’t a science—it’s history! Forgetting that history inevitably dooms us to the next financial crisis.
For Women’s History Month 2016, take the #5WomenArtists challenge and test your (sexist?) art history knowledge.
Before #OscarsSoWhite and #MoviesSoBland, William Cameron Menzies turned American movies into art.
On the 500th anniversary of the death of Dutch artist Hieronymus Bosch, his native Netherlands is letting the freak flags fly.
Walter Martin sings about art history in his new album Arts and Leisure and makes music for your eyes.