Unsuspecting visitors apparently mistook the thief for a gallery employee.
Starting next month, anyone who believes the gender pay gap has negatively impacted their earning potential can pay a discounted price for museum admissions. The new policy coincides with the opening of a traveling Laurie Simmons exhibition.
An exhibition at the National Gallery of Art marking the 500th anniversary of Tintoretto’s birth may be the latest art event to fall victim to the shutdown, which has forced government-sponsored museums and galleries to temporarily close.
The Getty Conservation Institute and the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities have completed a nearly decade-long restoration project of the 3,000-year-old tomb.
Employees of the National Endowment for the Arts, which funds many public arts programs, are among the 800,000 government workers currently living without pay. Now, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts cannot submit a grant proposal to celebrate the upcoming centennial.
Running themes included Marie Kondo “tidying up” the White House Cabinet and quotes from Cardi B’s government shutdown speech.
Art in Ad Places will install a new work by a different artist in a payphone kiosk every week this year.
If you’re concerned about the state of arts funding and support under the new incoming administration, then we have some suggestions of what you can do.
Artists and designers through the age have imposed their visions of the present and future on an always-changing New York.
From a Tim Burton artist biopic and a documentary about a master forger to the soothing sounds and brushstrokes of Bob Ross, this handy playlist will get you through Thanksgiving and other tough times.
David Gleeson and Mary Mihelic hoped they’d be able to retire their Trump campaign bus–turned–rolling anti-Trump art project after November 8. Now they can’t.
Is there anything to be understood from Mike Pence’s law school comic strips?