The marine mammal has emerged as a symbol of the capitalism-driven destruction of the planet, with protesters “orcanizing” for Climate Week actions.
Marking the 80th anniversary of Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s book, a bronze statue of the beloved traveler can now be seen on Fifth Avenue.
Xaviera Simmons’s walled display structure, conceived for her solo show at the museum, was painted pink and used in another exhibition.
The Kunsten Museum gave Jens Haaning $80K to incorporate into a new artwork, but the artist said “it is only a piece of art if I don’t return the money.”
Activists blocked the institution’s entrance and staged a “die-in” inside the museum, condemning MoMA’s board chair’s ties to the fossil fuel industry.
Protests and exhibitions against the Islamic Republic of Iran’s authoritarian regime will take place in dozens of cities across the US.
The 33 antiquities were linked to notorious trafficker Douglas Latchford.
The region’s archaeological history has been relatively understudied compared to other parts of Southern Europe.
Richard Dorment’s upcoming book Warhol After Warhol delves into the sordid history of the Andy Warhol Foundation.
Several mosques and the historic center of Marrakesh sustained damage during the earthquake, which has killed over 2,000 people.
The fair shines a light on lesser-known artists, often overlooked in their day or excluded from canonical retellings of art history.
The interactive center is intended to serve as a community hub, the museum says.