Paul Celan’s truest homeland, paradoxically, was the German language — the language of the Nazis who imprisoned him in a forced labor camp and murdered his parents.
This week, Lorna Simpson’s Rihanna collages, a fascism historian gives us some perspective, unlocking Bitcoins, Lou Stovall, archived Parler videos from the DC insurrection, and more.
Gentry was one of a number of Black artists who had to navigate the art world’s demand to emphasize their racial identity in the “right” way.
Burckhardt was never surreptitious; he did not hide his camera, and his subjects often knew they were being photographed.
Let’s be real: galleries are feudal systems for hoarding wealth, property, and people that cannot be reformed with momentary or incremental adjustments.
At the Palais de Tokyo, mounting an exhibition loosely about infection, during a pandemic, presents its challenges.
Week in Review: Jewish Heritage Museum Vandalized With Confederate Flag; UK Rejects Antiquity Regulations
Also, an Ohio Arts Council leader resigned after incendiary comments on the 2020 election came to light, and more.
Individuals have until February 19, 2021 to apply for 10-week, quarter-long teaching artist residencies in fall 2021 or spring 2022.
Beckwith will be the first Black woman to assume in the role at the New York City museum.
The beloved Tennessee-born musician recently made a $1 million donation to Vanderbilt University, which helped develop the Moderna coronavirus vaccine.
Though we may be eager to be move past the year’s events, the reality is that they will persist. Artists share practical applications for ritual, deeply introspective thoughts on survival and approaches to remedying inequity.