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.
The Archaeology Museum of Catalonia is welcoming visitors in their birthday suits.
Two Wheeler Williams statues were struck during the accident.
Nightshade works by subtly shifting the pixels in an artwork in order to “confuse” the technology, allegedly protecting artists’ works.
Since its first excavation in 1992, the remarkably well-preserved lamassu sculpture has survived multiple attacks on cultural heritage in the region.
Citing “low salaries and lack of real career development,” workers say they will strike on November 8 if an agreement is not reached.
David Velasco was fired by Penske Media, which owns Artforum, Artnews, and Art in America, over a letter calling for an end to Israel’s air raids on Gaza.
The artist’s body of work became especially timely in recent years, as women’s reproductive rights continue to come under threat.
The cultural community has seen events canceled and artworks returned after expressing solidarity with Palestine.
The free, week-long event kicks off on November 12 at Lower Manhattan’s Jewish Heritage Museum.
The work is reportedly one of hundreds of objects in the collection of the Glasgow Museums whose whereabouts are unknown.
The event drew around 600 pawed participants and 15,000 spectators, with pup costumes including a lobster, a subway car, and even NYC’s iconic “rat czar.”