Hotbed zeroes in on the places where these power relations and abuses between the US and Iran make themselves most visible.
The donation from William and Lavina Lim features work by 53 artists, nearly half of whom are Hong Kong artists.
With Drawings for Word Book, Paul Chan revisits the philosopher’s important text, illustrating its terms with childlike receptiveness.
For the past 13 years, Swann has been the only major auction house with a department dedicated to African American art, setting auction records for artists such as Sam Gilliam, Faith Ringgold, and Charles White.
After Divya Mehra uncovered the colonial history behind a misidentified 18th-century statue, the Mackenzie Art Gallery repatriated it and acquired Mehra’s work about the figure in its stead.
Greenhouse Auctions, launching its inaugural sale on December 2, will help fund scholarships for students at over 50 historically Black colleges and universities.
Cate Giordano’s immersive tableaux hurl the viewer headfirst into a historical clusterfuck that eerily recalls the present day.
The museum’s collection now includes a mixed-media garment by Jeffrey Gibson and an aluminum signage piece by Edgar Heap of Birds.
Over 140 artists and celebrities contributed to Show Me the Signs, a live auction and exhibition at Blum & Poe in Los Angeles that benefits the #SayHerName Mothers Network.
Meanwhile, a new report commissioned by the Dutch culture minister suggests the return of “any cultural objects looted in former Dutch colonies if the source country so requests.”
The Resale Royalty Award Program offers living artists 5% — the highest royalty threshold worldwide — of the proceeds from secondary market sales, at up to $85,000 annually per artist.
“Grande femme I” (1960), a spindly female figure cast in bronze, had a minimum bid of $90 million in a “sealed bid” private sale.