Tavares Strachan is sending Robert Henry Lawrence Jr.’s “soul” into space — fulfilling the astronaut’s dream that was cut off by his death in a trading accident in 1967.
Open to all, this program appeals to artists, photographers, photography enthusiasts, and anyone interested in exploring the beauty and culture of Cuba.
Since Kimberli Meyer was controversially fired from the University Art Museum, students have penned letters, staged a silent protest, and created artworks in response.
The three top winners of the prestigious Taylor Wessing Prize depict people of color, photographed by white photographers.
Join Christie’s Education’s Open House on November 30 to learn more about the master’s programs in New York.
A tribute to a man who had more of an impact on our culture than many people realize.
A west coast alternative fostering leading creative research practices.
Local 30 union members gathered at the entrance of MoMA PS1 in Queens after “strained” contract renegotiations. Workers say they are paid significantly less than their counterparts at MoMA in Manhattan.
Since 2008, the Los Angeles Poverty Department has been organizing a registry of artists who live and work in the neighborhood, which now includes more than 700 names.
In 2018, she became the first female Land artist in the Dia Art Foundation’s collection, but it has taken decades for Holt to gain recognition. A new exhibition argues she was truly an artistic innovator.
In the context of the Field Museum’s lack of information regarding their provenance the mummies’ return to the Field Museum after a three-year tour is hardly a homecoming.
The Milk Bowl of Feathers shows how women’s contributions to the Surrealist literary canon captivatingly crack the wall of Surrealist phallocracy.