The Kalamazoo fountain, built in 1940, has been called “horrendous,” “a monument to mistreatment,” and “evil.”
For his podcast project Radio Silence, Rakowitz is bringing together stories from members of Philadelphia’s Iraqi community and US soldiers who served in Iraq.
The painting, which sparked a political scandal at the Brooklyn Museum in 1999, was donated to MoMA by hedge fund manager Steven A. Cohen.
Art in Los Angeles has a storied history; here are a few books that capture its spirit.
The Hunter College MFA Program in Studio Art is a competitive and affordable three-year program providing a rigorous immersion in the changing ideas and forms of contemporary art.
An open letter accuses the owners of failing to pay artists according to their contracts, writing bad checks, and selling work without notification.
There’s a casual, almost candid quality in Ed Templeton’s photos. His subjects look “cool,” most likely because he himself thinks that they are.
Tith Kanitha is known for her sculptures of steel wire that read like artifacts from some forgotten, ancient civilization, but she also stages performances and works in film.
One of the most remarkable collaborations between art and industry in the United States, the Arts/Industry residency program, is accepting applications through May 31 for its 2019 openings.
The campaign, launched by Spotify and the MTA, coincides with the pricey and wildly popular exhibition David Bowie is at the Brooklyn Museum.
Featuring work by nearly 100 students, this weekend’s MFA Open Studios at CalArts offers the opportunity to discover the next generation of working artists.
Mary Frances Dondelinger creates bowls, vases, and statues that masquerade as the relics of a previously undiscovered civilization.