Among the prestigious art collections on United States soil, the J. Paul Getty Museum is a modern masterpiece. Split between two campuses—the Getty Villa and the Getty Center—the collection houses works by Van Gogh, Turner, and countless Old Masters. The Los Angeles museum is also home to thousands of precious antiquities which offer insight into ancient life. Much like the Guggenheim Museum, the Getty began with the private collection of a billionaire art enthusiast.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is a must-see for art lovers who happen to find themselves in New York City.
Belgian photographer Julien Lanoo’s recent photo series captures both the impressive outer form and the cavernous interior of the National...
Yet another incredible cultural center is in the works for Shenzhen. Zaha Hadid Architect’s Shenzhen Science and Technology Museum was commissioned as part of the Guangming Science City Masterplan. This is a critical project for Shenzhen as the city embraces its identity as a tech cultural hub following the emergence of hardware innovation.
Shenzhen is quickly transforming into the “Silicon Valley” of southeastern China.
The Wave or Shimao is a new art museum in Tianjin, China.
Tucked into the rolling fields of upstate New York, you will find Ancient Egyptian perfume bottles and space-age telescope lenses. These objects and many thousands more are on view at the Corning Museum of Glass—a museum devoted to the history and use of the ubiquitous material. From enormous glass sculptures to delicate Venetian goblets, this museum offers educational exhibits and interactive fun for the whole family.