In a new tour, the Tenement Museum explores New York’s contagious history, from tuberculosis to the AIDS crisis, through three families.
Gurlitt: Status Report, An Art Dealer in Nazi Germany makes a long-hidden art collection with a dark provenance accessible to the public.
The Curtains, Stages, and Shadows, Act 1 exhibition suggests that agency has everything to do with seeing rather merely being seen.
Nearly 250 people gathered today, November 14, in Long Island City to protest the controversial announcement as arts organizations held their breath to see what financial fortunes might come their way from Amazon’s touchdown in Queens.
Some are questioning the choice, given previous accusations against Campbell of managerial misconduct and budget deficits.
This Friday, The Whitney will host a conversation with acquaintances of Andy Warhol on their personal experiences and interactions with the artist.
Two hundred years after Marx’s birth, the Wende Museum and the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles have organized a discussion on the significance of communist monuments today.
Bruce Sargeant (1898–1938): The Lost Murals is a wonderfully mischievous lark that teases queerness out of an art historical epoch whose scholars seldom acknowledge the homosexuality of its most famous stars.
The program nurtures contemporary design practice by exploring today’s most pressing questions through the medium of emerging technologies.
This week, Christie’s announced that it would pilot blockchain technology to record its fall auction season, but will the digital ledger system solve the market’s transparency problems?
One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art makes a compelling case for why we should be looking at the art of the everyday and why it is remarkable.
With Franz Marc and August Macke: 1909-1914, the Neue Galerie implicitly argues that the two artists belong among the pantheon of Europe’s modern masters.