Several other institutions are tightening security measures even though damage to artworks remains rare.
The performance marked 40 days since the Zahedan Massacre, when Iranian security forces opened fire into a crowd and killed almost 100 people.
The state approved Proposition 28, which will provide around $1 billion annually to fund art and music education in schools.
Museums, galleries, and other employers are now obliged to disclose salaries — but that doesn’t mean they’re high.
The sketch was thought to be a copy, but historians still don’t know its function.
The funds will support on-site conservation, packing and storing, and even salaries for Ukrainian heritage professionals.
From Georgia to Arizona, from Nevada to New York, we asked artists in nine states to share urgent issues and reflections ahead of Election Day.
Scholars stepped down collectively from the American Alliance of Museums’s Museum Studies Professional Network, citing infringement of their academic freedom.
A member of the activist group Last Generation called the Dutch court’s verdict “disgusting.”
The trove of artworks, up for auction on November 16, includes a photograph by Patti Smith, pieces by Cy Twombly, Robert Rauschenberg, and more.
The National Portrait Gallery has revealed its newest commissions, including works by David Hockney, Toyin Ojih Odutola, and Robert Pruitt.
Since the trend is getting a little repetitive — though its message no less urgent — we got a little creative and ranked this weekend’s interventions. Using soup cans, of course.🥫