The museum said it would reevaulate its bag policy after a visitor with a disability was not allowed to wear their double-shoulder bag, which had medical supplies.
Long before Greta Gerwig’s movie, artists were critiquing Barbie’s influence on women — and Mattel didn’t always approve.
Lindemann, owner of the gallery Venus Over Manhattan, faces charges of criminal trespassing and harassment.
The nearly one-ton sculpture was taken off view in May for some much-needed repairs.
The Five Demands, now playing in New York, feels more pressing than ever in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling against affirmative action.
Researchers say that the 57,000-year-old markings constitute “unambiguous examples of Neanderthal abstract design.”
An AI with eyeballs, an experiment in distraction, and “meme-ing academia” take center stage in the Photography, Video and Related Media thesis show.
Giant outdoor sculpture, tiny miniature art, and a “rebellious circus troupe” are among the many surprises in store for visitors to the upcoming event.
Online, some are pointing out the irony of raising funds to rebuild Michelangelo Pistoletto’s “Venus of the Rags” while the homelessness crisis continues.
Cats, dogs, and a parrot with a personality are among the works on view in Alice Neel: Feels Like Home at the Orange County Museum of Art.
Art (by) Dealers at the Manhattan gallery Long Story Short features works by 94 gallerists at $500 a pop.
The new hire, who will be paid $140,000–$160,000, will be responsible for investigating the sometimes murky backstories of the museum’s vast holdings.