A show at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art looks at Paris’s pivotal role in the birth of the movies.
An in-depth look at the varied clothing trends of an often-overlooked period.
A collector’s stunning holding of works related to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famed detective is now on view at the Grolier Club.
An exhibition in Florida is overambitious in its approach to Andean history, but still offers visitors the chance to commune with captivating objects.
A show at the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix presents a selection of pieces whose artistry is unparalleled.
The legendary songwriter—and Grand Ole Opry cast member, soap-opera actor, game-show presenter and more—is the focus of an exhibition at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
The New-York Historical Society draws from the writer’s archive to give an interesting, if incomplete, picture of his process and craft.
An exhibition about art plundered by the Nazis avoids context and narrative.
Early 20th-century American architects were drawn to the forms of Medieval architecture.
The pricey new Los Angeles venture tries too hard to satisfy current cultural trends, losing track of film history in the process.
A survey of these devices shows that they were far more than utilitarian objects, expressing wit, whimsy and even religious belief.
The Met’s latest exhibit proposes a new, democratic language for U.S. fashion history while pushing back against notions of European supremacy.
The newly designed display at the American Museum of Natural History is as eye-catching as it is educational.
Exhibitions at the Petersen celebrate the automaker’s technical excellence and racing accolades.
An exhibition at the Getty Villa of objects on loan from the Louvre explores the ancient city’s myriad innovations, from the development of kingdoms to the invention of writing.
Taking the winged creatures as its primary subject, an exhibition at the Toledo Museum of Art examines the intersection of natural history and colonialism.
An exhibition at Cooper Hewitt showcases the radically inclusive fashion of America’s streetwear pioneer.
A San Francisco museum channels the spirit of Bacchus in an exhibit of food- and drink-related art and objects that range from the mundane to the downright naughty.
Once again welcoming visitors, a new automobile museum in Jacksonville, Fla., with an impressive collection of Millers, Porsches and more race cars was open for only seven weeks before Covid-19 hit.
A modest subject—joinery—belies the magic of Japan Society’s current show.