This week in art news: the Glasgow School of Art suffered its second devastating fire in four years, the Guardian published artist Banu Cennetoğlu’s list of 34,361 migrants who’ve died trying to enter Europe, and Beyoncé and Jay-Z released a music video shot almost entirely inside the Louvre.
What’s intentional and what’s unconscious in the Trump administration? No one knows.
At the LES Citizens Parade, senior citizens of Chinese, Hispanic, and Jewish descent pretend to be a moving company, surrounded by cardboard boxes that carry immigrant stories.
The shiny new building, designed by Morphosis Architects, will double the museum’s exhibition space when it opens in 2021.
As an artist, Ayana Evans challenges audiences not just to observe Black women’s struggles but to feel them.
Plus the Fairfield University Art Museum gets a gift of more than 1,500 prints and the Cleveland Museum of Art acquired paintings by Dirck van Baburen and Emma Amos.
The new Archivist in a Backpack project from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill equips community partners with tools to start material and oral history archives.
A clandestine modification of a junk removal billboard and a nighttime projection of a political cartoon called out the president’s family separation policy.
An exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art features Smith’s many and manifold book artworks.
Rather than merely tracing a visual history of determined hues, On Color considers them across multiple disciplines, including film and literature.
I’m not sure if my favorite part of the Velveteria was the art or the owner.
The artist claims that the gun advocacy group is committing copyright infringement by using an image of his sculpture in a video without his permission.