At the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Tatsuo Miyajima uses light to reflect on the transcendent, spiritual, and experiential aspects of time.
In the late 1960s the West Coast media collective Environmental Communications shot hundreds of thousands of slides of the everyday and alternative architectures around them.
Sabrina Small and Caitlin McCormack explore the life and decay of the human body in sculptural fiber art at the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia.
The Tyler School of Art’s Summer Painting and Sculpture Intensive is a non-credit, post-baccalaureate-style residency suitable for BA and BFA seniors, recent graduates, and professional artists.
The Department of Cultural Affairs is devising a plan for June 2017 that would manage and organize New York City’s resources for arts and culture.
A new photograph of Harriet Tubman adds to the visual record of this renowned African American.
From tomorrow until Presidents’ Day, the Davis Museum at Wellesley is deinstalling or shrouding all of its art by immigrants as a statement against Trump’s travel ban.
The exhibition will be on view at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art from February 18–July 2, 2017.
The Age of the Beard at the Florence Nightingale Museum in London examines through photographs the Victorian mania for elaborate facial hair.
GlobalXplorer relies on crowdsourcing and high-resolution satellite imagery to protect and identify archaeological sites around the world that are currently unknown.
A weekend of panels and talks is the focus of the annual College Art Association conference.
The censorship of a work now slated to be reinstated threatened to undo a powerful exhibition of social justice art by artists from the southwestern US.