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REVIEW: SPRING 2023 STUDY TRIP ABROAD
REVIEW: EARLY SPRING 2023 STUDY TRIP ABROAD
REVIEW: SPRING 2023 SYMPOSIUM
BY SUSAN BROWN AND ALEXA GRIFFITH WINTON
Dorothy Liebes is featured in a Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum exhibition covering her many accomplishments, including the Argonaut textile for the United States Pavilion at the Brussels Universal Exposition—Expo ’58.
BY JORGE F. RIVAS PÉREZ
Sometimes a separate room or a sectioned-off portion of a reception room, the estrado was the most important feminine space in elite Spanish homes.
BY FOONG PING
Chronicles of a Global East, an ongoing exhibition at the Seattle Art Museum, narrates a few of the many stories related to the Silk Roads and maritime routes, where innumerable transnational artistic traditions emerged.
BY WILLIAM KEYSE RUDOLPH
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art’s ‘Luxury and Passion: Inventing French Soft-Paste Porcelain’ exhibition uses nearly two dozen works from the Museum’s small but high-quality collections of 18th-century French soft-paste porcelain to trace the development of porcelain in France.