The capital city will also rename 467 locations currently named after Russians.
The Ohio museum is planning to auction off three paintings by Cézanne, Renoir, and Matisse with the goal of “broadening the narrative of art history.”
Staff cite just hiring practices, health and safety measures for frontline staff, and fair compensation among their reasons for organizing.
Aleksey Yudnikov placed a photo of President Putin’s face over his crotch and performed in front of the empty Russian pavilion.
Amnesty International called the sentence a “travesty of justice of spectacular proportions” that “defies all logic.”
The show encompasses 70 works from the archeological site’s vast troves, including the famous “Leda and the Swan” fresco recovered in 2018.
Sk8 Liborius, which has run the space since 2012, wants to turn it into an arts hub for under-resourced youth.
Ludwig Marum’s grandchildren say the museum did not conduct due diligence when it purchased a 700-year-old Haggadah book that was allegedly stolen from them.
Cleavage at Arcade Project Curatorial, the artist’s first solo show in NYC, pondered how one can hold an identity alongside a shifting sense of home.
Archaeologists discovered the mosaic floors during excavations before the city began construction on sewage and water pipes.
Art makes streets safer by “increasing visibility of pedestrian spaces and crosswalks” and “encouraging drivers to slow down.”
NASA claims all ownership over lunar material, but a bizarre story of fraud, theft, and legal loopholes landed the moon dust in private hands.