Clare Brown talks about European artists as if they were the “cultural other,” invoking the microagressions commonly used against non-White artists.
The four global winners were chosen from 4,066 photographers who submitted over 64,000 images.
The Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida will partner with the company behind Van Gogh Alive.
The protesters also targeted the British government’s controversial plan to build a road near the Stonehenge site.
In response to the unprecedented surge in book bans, “Books for All” will offer four titles nationwide on NYPL’s e-reader app.
Pepx Romero’s performance was a response to multiple auctions of pre-Hispanic works over the last few years.
A new investigation examines Israel’s repeated attacks on Anthedon, Gaza’s first known seaport.
Applications open tomorrow for the new pilot initiative, which will give a weekly stipend to selected artists for three years.
Applications for the Illuminations Grant are open through June 12.
Flown around the world, the banner eliminates the red stripe of Russia’s official flag, thought to symbolize “blood, war, and aggression.”
Blood in the Water by Heather Ann Thompson details the dismal conditions that led over 1,200 incarcerated people to rebel and the legacy of their fight for justice.
The funding will also support artists at risk in Belarus, Russia, and other countries.