A giant cache of historical photography is now part of a searchable online database.
Alex Nguyen-Vo’s paintings imagine a resort where nude Westerners frolic care-free, oblivious to the power dynamics of their tropical paradise.
Every month, publisher Primary Information will release a new set of artist-made postcards intended to be sent to buyers’ representatives.
Discovered accidentally in a lab in Oregon in 2009, YInMn blue is now headed for widespread use, thanks to Crayola.
After sitting in storage space, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s thousands of 35-millimeter slides found a new home at the Department of Cultural Affairs’s reuse center, Material for the Arts.
This is your chance to own a piece of Italy — but there’s a catch.
Freely accessible and the first of its kind, the EAMENA Database catalogues over 20,000 sites at severe risk in the region.
Earlier this week, research scientist Janelle Shane posted the results of an experiment where a neural network generated some less-than-appealing paint swatch names.
With the next deadline to apply for legal loft status looming, a rally will be held to demand better protections for loft tenants.
Robin Bell lit up the DOJ and FBI façades with phrases such as “#RefusaltoRecuse” and comically sinister portraits of members of the Trump administration.
The Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezaw who bought the 1982 painting last night at Sotheby’s New York posted multiple images of himself posing with his treasure on Twitter and Instagram.
They are expecting to digitize seven million images by 2020.