The city will distribute $2 million to create jobs for unemployed and underemployed artists and cultural workers.
They cited “intolerable” working conditions, inadequate benefits, and low pay.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) plans to spend over $1 million on graffiti removal and prevention this year.
The cave is so shallow that the artists would not have been able to see the drawings in their entirety, meaning they worked from their imaginations.
As reproductive freedom hangs in the balance, Cindy Rucker Gallery held a three-day festival focused on women’s various experiences with abortion and artworks inspired by this fundamental right.
Photographer Kisha Bari captured a demonstration at Foley Square in Manhattan, one of several across the city and nation.
With the overturning of Roe v. Wade a likely reality, Laia Abril and Carmen Winant’s print “The Right to Choose” has taken on a new and terrifying resonance.
The initiative will put the Vatican Museum’s masterpieces on the blockchain.
“Wearing historic clothing damages it. Full stop,” said the former head of conservation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, Sarah Scaturro.
A handwritten Torah scroll and paintings by Arkhip Kuindzhi and Ivan Aivazovsky are among the works allegedly stolen from museums in Mariupol.
But artist Oleg Kulik insists the sculpture is about his separation from his wife.
The program will award $1,000 to 261 artists who are disabled and based outside of New York City.