An Ode to the Single-Collector, 'Niche' Museum
Why brave the chaos of a MoMA or a Met when you can go on a hyper-specific adventure worth traveling for?
Hilma af Klint Proved That “Popular” Doesn’t Have to Mean “Stupid”
After the Guggenheim’s smash success, 6 artists who could become intelligent blockbusters.
Carsten Höller Likens Museums To Magic Mushrooms
The German-Belgian artist's new exhibition, "Sunday," delves into all forms of consciousness-altering.
The Rodarte Sorcery Lands at the National Museum of Women in the Arts
The museum’s director discussed why the institution chose to organize its first major fashion exhibition on the sister designers.
The Glenstone Museum’s New Pavilions Combine Art with Nature
A new cluster of galleries at this private museum in Maryland opened in early October.
The Founders of the First Digital Art Museum in the World Make Art for All Your Senses
teamLab is a Japanese collective that believes in a future where art has no boundaries.
The Reason Fashion Museums Avoid Controversy
As a new fashion exhibition exploring Catholicism opens at the Met, we look at how museums often favor the uplifting messages clothing carry at the expense of their troubling associations.
6 Stories to Prove That Scaling Museums Is Absolutely a Thing
To paraphrase Everest mountaineer George Mallory, these adventurers climbed the museum "because it was there."
Cloud-Based Museum Meets Kickstarter Funding
"You can invest in art rather than the rent." The Current Museum is working with Kickstarter's new platform The Drip to rethink its membership program.
These Remote Museums Are Worth Taking Five Flights, A Four-Hour Hike, and One Ferry Ride
Escape the city to these far-flung museums whose architecture is inspired by the natural landscapes that surround them.
Where Do Art Museums Get All Those Dresses?
As a Schiaparelli exhibition opens at the Dalí Museum in Florida, we talk to fashion curator Dilys Blum about how one museum built its Schiaparelli collection.