How Tłı̨chǫ Dene artist Casey Koyczan blends culture and technology to render a new kind of reality As a teenager, Casey Koyczan asked a question: “Why don’t I just want to do one thing?” Now an established multidisciplinary artist, whose work includes staggering virtual reality (VR) renditions of Dene legends, […]

Zsuzsa Urbach at the Piliscsaba campus, 2003 (Photo by János Jernyei Kiss) It is with great sadness that I report the passing of art historian Zsuzsa (Susan) Urbach, Hungary’s foremost scholar of Early Netherlandish Painting. She was 87 years old. She studied art history and archaeology at Eötvös Loránd University in […]

Photo of Tünde Wehli, taken at the celebration of her 70th birthday, 2013 It is with sadness that I report on the passing of art historian Tünde Wehli, on November 18, 2019, in the 76th year of her life. Tünde Wehli had been a long-time senior researcher at the Institute […]

Max Beckmann’s Selbstbildnis gelb-rosa (Self-portrait yellow-pink), 1943, was sold at Grisebach in Berlin on Thursday.* Photo: Urban Zintel. IT TOOK TWO MINUTES and forty-eight seconds to settle on twenty million euros as the hammer price of the most expensive artwork ever sold in Germany. It was a self-portrait by Max […]

Anthony Akinbola employs an interdisciplinary practice that includes paintings and installations bringing attention to his community as a first-generation Nigerian American who identifies with Black culture. Undeterred by cultural misconceptions of Black American life, Akinbola uses visual art to focus on access and inclusion by encouraging audiences to recognize our […]