We’re spending a lot more time with our dogs lately and our furry friends are loving it just as much as we are. For many of us, dogs are members of the family and are often included in family portraits.
Gordon Parks was one of the most influential photographers of the twentieth century. He is best known for photojournalism that speaks to social justice.
Beverly Pepper’s Trapezium Altar (1985-1986) stands in the Upper Plaza of the Museum like a shrine to an ancient god—or perhaps like a giant tuning fork, or even a rusty tool.
Ramadan Mubarak to all who celebrate!
With all of the modern technology that allows us to stay virtually connected during this challenging time, nothing can truly replace the warmth and comfort of physical touch.
Learn more about artist Joan Bankemper’s “The Farmers” in this Work of the Week article!
Rain is on its way, Birmingham, and this Work of the Week is inspired by the weather!
Georgia O’Keeffe was preoccupied by painting apples in the early 1920s. She painted red and green apples on plates, tables, and fields of color. While some of these images study the undulating forms of many apples side-by-side, in The Green Apple (1922), the composition is reduced to a single, smooth piece of fruit on a plate. Here, […]