For lovers of Italian Renaissance art, a proper Botticelli show in America is long overdue.
That is a deceptively plain label that embraces wildly diverse styles, from Donald Judd’s abstract woodcuts to Roy Lichtenstein’s comic-style pop art.
A relevant fact is a powerful thing. In that spirit, Friday, Feb. 17, has been dubbed the “Day of Facts.”
The 50-foot-wide Fly’s Eye Dome, made of glass and fiberglass, will appear on the museum’s north lawn like a massive golf ball caught in the grass.
Jesse Jackson Jr. is sending the message he’s prepared to fight. Sandi Jackson’s law firm is known for seeking alternatives to litigating divorces.