Art of the Week: Cecily Brown’s “The river’s tent is broken” tells you stories

Cecily Brown’s "The river’s tent is broken" suggests any number of stories, all of them involving sensuality.

Art of the Week: At The Kitchen Table with Carrie Mae Weems

A man and a woman sit at a wooden table. What are they thinking? Carrie Mae Weems' "Kitchen Table" is a meditation on one African-American woman's life as revealed in the intimacy of her kitchen.

Louis Nevelson’s “Dawn Shadows” Cannot Be Contained

They said only men could make giant-sized art. Louise Nevelson (1899–1988) wasn’t having it. She made art any size she pleased, compulsively and boundlessly, with no regard for the art world’s opinion of what a female artist should or shouldn’t make.

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