A museum exhibition on Woody Guthrie proves the artist’s message is as relevant today as during the Depression era
The show includes original artwork, handwritten lyrics, musical instruments and previously unpublished written works.
Lockdown home decorators boost New York's Americana week auctions
Chippendale-style furniture, elephant tureens and a broadside edition of the Declaration of Independence were in demand at the sales series last week
Oklahoma museum receives vast archive related to 'Black Wall Street' and the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
The Gilcrease Museum has also received a $300,000 grant to conserve and digitise the ephemera collection "so that these atrocities would not be forgotten"
New York’s Americana week reveals a generational shift in taste
Sales lag while demand for folk art is on the rise as Millennials move away from a ‘Home Alone’ aesthetic
More diverse offerings transform New York's Winter Show into the Met, but ‘with price tags’
The inveterate fair, now in its 65th year, attracts a more youthful crowd thanks to an infusion of the contemporary
North Carolina to stage first show on American South
'Southern Accent' combines art and music to showcase the impact of the American South on US culture
New York Americana week report: High prices for Colonial, Federal and Native American wares
Collectors seek top antiques in a market with a dwindling supply