BritWeek took Los Angeles by storm last April. Celebrating all things British, this annual series of events showcases the rich and...Read more September 15, 2014
Richard Diebenkorn resisted the notion that he and his pals, David Park and Elmer Bischoff, founded the Bay Area figurative school...Read more September 15, 2014
From The Art Institute of Chicago comes a pair of new French Impressionists banners that capture modern life within the context of...Read more September 15, 2014
Thanks to Nancy R. of Illinois for sending this photo of her "Four Seasons Room" where she showcases her The Art Institute of Chic...Read more September 15, 2014
In our first ever diversion from art museums, BetterWall is pleased to announce that BritWeek has joined our nationwide consortium...Read more September 15, 2014
Hors Serie (outside the series). An opportunity to own a banner archived from The Art Institute of Chicago or MCA, Chicago, some ...Read more May 8, 2014
Amy Adams wins Golden Globe for title role in Margaret Keane film. An enduring memory growing up in the suburbs in the 60s and ...Read more January 22, 2015
Hans-Ulrich Obrist. The art world's most influential curator? The man held a film festival in his kitchen cupboard! As an art-o...Read more January 22, 2015
At BetterWall, we're big fans of Houzz. It's incredibly addictive even if you're not in the market for a new home or remodeling on...Read more September 15, 2014
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