Contemporaries of Emperor Elagabalus describe the ruler’s preference for being called “lady.”
The artist faces an immediate two-month detention if she returns to her home country.
The famously anonymous artist told a reporter his first name in a recently resurfaced radio segment.
Cindy Sherman, Zineb Sedira, and Tanya Habjouqa are among 150 artists offering prints for $125 to support desperately needed humanitarian aid in the besieged city.
Works by artists such as Diana Al-Hadid share Kasmin Gallery’s rooftop sculpture garden with five hives that yield about 100 jars of honey a year.
Titled 8 x 5 Houston in reference to the minimum required square footage of a jail cell in Texas, the project featured designs by formerly incarcerated artists.
At Fotografiska, visitors can don a headset and view the abstract artist’s work while experiencing the nauseating fear of falling from imaginary cliffs.
Maurizio Cattelan’s sculpture “America,” a functioning 18-karat gold toilet, was stolen from Blenheim Palace in the UK in 2019.
At least eight people were injured in the attack.
Jenin Yaseen and Sameerah Ahmad staged an 18-hour action at the Royal Ontario Museum after it asked to remove sections of their works.
The depiction of the creature drew the ire of 18th-century art critics, and the figure disappeared under layers of varnish.
The “Jenin Horse,” created by artist Thomas Kilpper with the help of 12 young Palestinians, was demolished during Israel’s deadly raids on the occupied West Bank.