Vincent Van Gogh, Dr. Gachet, 1890, sold as degenerate art
by the Nazis in 1937, auctioned in 1990 for $82 million to a
Japanese businessman and not seen since. Curious? Listen to Finding Van Gogh podcasts, click here
Click image to watch a 20-minute clip showing
the making and installing of The Dinner Party at
in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 1979.
100,000 people saw the installation
during the 3-months it was on view.
Sydney Biennale 2020, installation view
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia Will the Pandemic Profoundly Change the Art World?
Paul Gladston says yes. Read: The End of the Art World as We Know It
Kehinde Wiley, Rumors of War, 2019, 19th-century style equestrian statue of
a young African-American man on display now in Times Square, NYC. It was commissioned by the Virginia Museum of Fine Art in Richmond, which has ten such public statues of Confederate generals on Monument Avenue. Rumors of War will be displayed with them. For more information, click here.
Selected Works from the Sacramento
State Art Collection View free online (Click "preview" and expand to page through
entire catalog.) A beautiful catalog researched, written, photographed, and
designed by Sac State Art History students.