The museum has issued an apology for the “range of challenging and unacceptable experiences that made them feel unwelcome” and has launched an investigation.
The artist has filed a lawsuit against the company for copyright infringement after the automaker used one of his works about the refugee crisis as a backdrop for its cars.
Lawrence Denham thought he struck gold when he found the French impressionist’s painting on sale for $1,000; instead, he may have unwittingly revealed a scheme of online art fraud totaling more than $400,000.
The program will specialize in interdisciplinary, beyond-the-studio learning. Applications are now open for Fall 2019.
30 years later, suggestive liquor bottles and inflatable military tanks capture the fraught response to the legacy of civil disobedience in China and Taiwan.
A documentary tracks the life and work of superstar designer Halston.
From June 1 to September 2, San Francisco residents who are EBT or Medi-Cal cardholders will receive free admission to over 15 of the city’s museums and cultural institutions.
Tenzing Rigdol enters a political debate that is disruptive, slippery, and without comparison in Tibetan contemporary art.
The “Piss Christ” artist’s surprise exhibition of Trump memorabilia speaks to the darkest corridors of American idolatry, but does the artist speak for the nation or just himself?
Cheng Ran and Cameron Rowland are the inaugural winners of the Nomura Emerging Artist Award, legendary Modernist architect IM Pei passed away, and more.
The anonymous artist set up a stall to showcase paintings of a cruise ship parked in the canal surrounding the city.
When an ambitious roadmap for transforming Washington DC into an arts mecca was unveiled last month, it should have been a political coup; instead, it may have triggered a political collapse.