Arts & Culture BooksKaren Sue SmithApril 24, 2017
Karen Sue Smith reviews "Bosch & Bruegel" by
ArtKaren Sue SmithApril 21, 2016
A new museum of contemporary art opens in New York.
ArtKaren Sue SmithMarch 24, 2016
The contemporary focus marks a deep shift, like the moving of tectonic plates under the Metropolitan.
ArtKaren Sue SmithNovember 05, 2014
The artist’s lively, hope-filled cut-outs
ArtKaren Sue SmithMarch 28, 2014
The sumptuous colors, dazzling brushwork and sheer drama in the paintings of Anders Zorn (1860-1920) earned the Swedish artist fortune and fame during the Gilded Age. But Zorn’s work and name gradually fell into obscurity outside Sweden. As a result, his brilliant body of work has not been sho
Karen Sue SmithMarch 18, 2014
As memory of Fukushima dimmed, the antinuclear movement lost some momentum.