Stepping onto the path the Nazis trod.
Through willful imitation of Japanese art, van Gogh became the van Gogh we know, perhaps the world’s most famous painter.
The future of rap lies in silliness, absurdism, functionalism, and sonic delight.
Who gets remembered and how?
The National Museum of African American History and Culture acquired various objects from the movie, embracing the first superhero of African descent to feature in mainstream American comics.
Pam Nasr’s short film Clams Casino centers on a young woman struggling to reconnect with her mother but successfully connecting to thousands of viewers and eaters online.
The exhibition, which consists of photography culled from the Addison Gallery of American Arts’s collection, demonstrates that the gun exists as an ideal, a prop for power, a tool, and as a metaphor.
In order to balance the municipal budget, Nashville was considering selling the park that occupies the site where Edmondson lived and worked for decades.
Following the news, the outspoken cartoonist and activist Sasha Matthews shared her comic with Hyperallergic.
“Narcissus Garden” will be on view in a former train garage at Fort Tilden from July 1 until Labor Day.
A recent exhibition presents the work of three Turkish artists connected through material and conceptual strands through modern and contemporary periods.
The Museum of the Bible has been funding a number of scholarly projects, including an illegal excavation in the West Bank that will certainly influence how the public understands the Bible and the ancient world.