NEW YORK — Sandra Hindman, founder and owner of LES ENLUMINURES (www.lesenluminures.com) has announced a major month-long exhibition at the New York gallery from April 4 to May 4 called “Paths to Reform,” illustrating the importance of reform in the history of the medieval and early modern church. 


Dr. Hindman says, “‘Paths to

More than 200 of the finest and most poignant photographs of the American Civil War have been brought together for the landmark exhibition Photography and the American Civil War, opening April 2 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through examples drawn from the Metropolitan’s celebrated holdings of this material, complemented by exceptional loans from public and private collections

Cincinnati, OH — March 2013: The first Natural History of North America was published in 1731 by an Englishman, Mark Catesby. Since that time, there has been a steady stream of works on that subject, an attempt to identify what new and amazing life was here.  These early naturalist explorers used words and images to describe an as yet little known continent and its natural inhabitants.

Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present Richard Prince’s Cowboy paintings.


Over the last thirty years, the American cowboy has given rise to some of Prince’s most celebrated works. Dividing into several phases between the early 1980s and the present, his rephotographing of verité images inspired by cowboy Westerns and produced for the advertising industry, reveals as much

Washington, D.C.—This summer, The Phillips Collection reveals insights into the creative process of the great French cubist master Georges Braque (1882-1963) by investigating a previously overlooked period in the artist’s career. Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928-1945 features 42 sumptuous canvases created by the artist during the tumultuous years leading up to and through World

Washington, DC—Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) is widely considered the greatest German artist. From March 24 through June 9, 2013, the Albertina Museum in Vienna, Austria, will lend to the National Gallery of Art 118 works on paper by Dürer for a magnificent exhibition that will be on view only in Washington. Albrecht Dürer: Master Drawings, Watercolors, and Prints from the Albertina features

Washington, DC—The Ballets Russes—the most innovative dance company of the 20th century—propelled the performing arts to new heights through groundbreaking collaborations between artists, composers, choreographers, dancers, and fashion designers, with such familiar names as Picasso, Stravinsky, Balanchine, Nijinsky, and Chanel, among many others. On view from May 12 through September 2, 2013,

New York, NY, 2013—For several successive evenings in January 1879 Edgar Degas (1834-1917) attended performances by a famous aerialist known as Miss La La at Paris’s Cirque Fernando. Riveted by what he saw, Degas would immortalize her breathtaking act—she was hoisted to the circus’s seventy-foot ceiling by a rope clenched between her teeth—in his painting, Miss La La at the

New York, NY, December 14, 2012—Few artistic movements of the twentieth century are as celebrated and studied as surrealism. Many of the works of its best known practitioners—including Salvador Dalí, Max Ernst, René Magritte, Joan Miró, and Leonora Carrington—have become touchstones of modern art and some of the most familiar images of the era.

Critical to the development of surrealism
Washington, DC—The National Gallery of Art presents Ellsworth Kelly: Colored Paper Images, a series that includes 23 paper-pulp works by the seminal American artist. Drawn entirely from the Gallery's collection, the exhibition will be on view on the Ground Level of the East Building from December 16, 2012, through December 1, 2013.

When unveiled in 1977, Ellsworth Kelly's (born 1923)

art exhibit