The School of Visual Arts in New York is launching an MFA program next year that will require students to be in the city for three six-week summer sessions. The rest of the time needed for the degree – two school years – they can stay at home and take courses over the internet.
U.S. Marine Corps’ last “combat artist” is the subject of an article in The New York Times, which brings to mind great war artists like Goya, Dix, Wilfred Owen and John Singer Sargent.
Whitney Museum Presents contemporary artist Christian Marclay in a festival of interdisciplinary audio-visual and performance pieces.
Oligarch Victor Pinchuk’s eponymous Kiev-based foundation announced the shortlist for the first Future Generation Art Prize.
Late Monet paintings, most of them depicting his garden and water lily pond, have been on view at Gagosian Gallery.