A Day in the Life of the Company
Tour the New York City Ballet with Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins. Watch company classes and rehearsals, go backstage and in the wings and see inside the orchestra pit and pointe-shoe room in this exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: March
This month, Tim Marlow, artistic director for the Royal Academy of Arts, London, highlights some of the upcoming biennials kicking off around the world.
Rosalyn Schwartz: A Brief History of Seduction
For the fifteenth presentation in the ARTMATTERS series of work by contemporary artists, the McNay brings together paintings and collages by Illinois-based Rosalyn Schwartz.
John Baldessari on René Magritte
The groundbreaking conceptual artist John Baldessari is one of today’s most influential artists, both as teacher and practitioner. In this video he discusses René Magritte’s incredibly intriguing and iconic painting, “The Treachery of Images (This is
An Aerial View of Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte
Spanning nearly 1,235 acres, the Vaux-le-Vicomte estate is magnificent piece of mid-17th-century architecture and a living testament to France’s Grand Siècle. In this stunning video, take an aerial view of the chateau, grounds and formal gardens.
International Pop: Becoming Pop
In the first installment of our three-part documentary series, presented in conjunction with the exhibition International Pop, we look at Pop’s global emergence.
The Conservation of the ‘Phoenix’ Portrait of Elizabeth I
The 'Phoenix' portrait of Elizabeth I is so-called because of the prominent phoenix jewel that the Queen wears at her chest, an emblem for rebirth and chastity.
Chuck Close Discusses Big Self-Portrait, 1967–68
Exhibition curator Valerie Cassel Oliver of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston discusses the development of Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art.