Instructions to All Persons at the Japanese American National Museum looks back at Executive Order 9066, which was signed by President Roosevelt 75 years ago.
New Zealand’s Lyttelton Museum lost its building five years ago, but Julia Holden is giving it a public presence through a project focused on local history.
Hyperallergic editors Jillian Steinhauer and Elisa Wouk Almino have organized a tribute to John Berger on Monday, February 20.
Laurie Wilson, practicing psychologist and art historian, has penned a new biography of the ground-breaking artist Louise Nevelson.
A chance encounter with some 19th-century watercolors at Canada’s Confederation Centre of the Arts revealed decades of misattribution for the work of a Victorian woman.
In the first footage discovered showing Marcel Proust, he speedily descends a staircase at a wedding.
Beckmann’s “Self-Portrait with Cigarette” belonged to the Metropolitan Museum until 1971, when its deaccession set off a series of disputes that reshaped museum practices.
We are attracted to the places where bad things have happened, but we rarely reflect on what actually occurred therein.
This week, the 1931 metal Aluminaire House arrived in Palm Springs, where it will finally be reassembled after years in storage.
Standing Fox, a leader of the Apache Stronghold movement, talks about how activism plays an important part in his life as an Apache artist.
Politics is local.
The artist Joan Linder makes exhaustive, panoramic drawings of toxic and radioactive sites in the United States, gathering a record of government indifference as she goes.