The Wellcome Collection closed the long-term exhibition Medicine Man for concerns of “racism, sexism, and ableism.”
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Dmytro “Orest” Kozatsky, a member of the Azov Battalion, said his social media posts depicting hate symbols were “taken out of context.”
Hundreds have been displaced and at least 15 killed in gang clashes at the Village Artistique de Noailles, famous for its metalworks cherished the world over.
Young, queer, and non-White tattoo artists are exploring how the artform can complement the body’s natural curves and colors.
Art Fair 14C, which returns to Jersey City for its fourth year this weekend, has become a destination for locals seeking community and affordability.
It’s the second attack this year on artist Lori Greene’s work in Minneapolis.
A Yemeni researcher alleges that dozens of unlabeled artifacts originating from Yemen are slated for sale at a British auction house.
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Laemmle NoHo 7, the last independent cinema in North Hollywood, is slated to be destroyed and replaced by luxury apartments.
The Perelman Arts Center, named after billionaire Trump donor Ronald Perelman, is supporting a proposed building at the World Trade Center that critics say should be completely, not partly, affordable.
Many Gowanus artists said they cherish the ability to work off the beaten path in an area conducive to creative labor — and they hope it remains as such.