Last Sunday, we linked to the story about a monkey who took a photo and resulting legal issue of copyright around the image. Well, Techdirt—who first asked the question “Who Owns the Copyright?“—just received a takedown notice requesting that they remove the monkey photos.
Activists called out the museum’s holdings of Native remains while denouncing “the genocide of Indigenous Palestinians.”
by Elaine Velie
The fate of innumerable sacred lives, buildings, and artifacts destroyed mainly by Ethiopian and invading Eritrean troops are still being willfully ignored by Western governments and international organizations.
As part of this program focused on teaching and studio practice, candidates will be selected for 10-week, quarter-long visiting professorships in fall 2024 or spring 2025.
Dozens of artists and cultural workers gathered in the museum’s Turbine Hall to show their solidarity with the Palestinian community.
by Maya Pontone
In her visceral works, Uckotter examines a version of trans womanhood unseen in most mainstream narratives.
by Grace Byron
Housed in a working elevator, Freight Gallery opens roughly once a month for just two hours.
The Book by Design is a real page-turner for people interested in how we came to turn pages.