The opening comes less than three weeks since the inauguration of a museum dedicated to the fashion pioneer in his home city of Paris.
The John Dillinger Museum in Crown Point, Indiana, “permanently closed its doors” at 11 a.m. Thursday, a shocking move announced in an online posting.
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.
Fossils that a Field Museum paleontologist helped find in Antarctica will be featured at a traveling exhibit that debuts at the museum in 2018.
The Museum of Science and Industry “Brick by Brick” exhibit features 13 creations by Adam Tucker, one of just 14 “Certified Lego Professionals.”