This week, artist studios in Texas, California, Ontario, and Queens.
Plus, a 3D photograph of Banksy sells for just under $45,000, and a Berlin museum loans the Namibian government 23 objects in a partnership to assess their provenance.
Printed Matter’s 14th annual New York Art Books Fair kicks off on Thursday night with a preview at MoMA PS1.
This year’s Urbanworld Film Festival promises an engaging mix of narrative features, documentaries, and even some animated shorts, as well as a program of discussions and music running through the end of the week.
This week, artist studios in Arizona, British Columbia, Indiana, and Maine.
Plus, the FBI’s art crimes team returned Nazi-looted painting to the Ukraine, and the British Museum offloads Assyrian reliefs it had no space for to the Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
The Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens will host a free workshop on the magic of playground design by the Noguchi Museum.
Plus, David Bowie’s Tintoretto will resurface in Venice, and the University of Michigan-Dearborn opens a new art center.
Four Corners Media will present “Sea Change” — a night of art and activism in Brooklyn in which groups like Extinction Rebellion and Fridays for Future will discuss their plans in the fight for climate change.
Plus, the University of Chicago Library now has the largest institutional collection of Vivian Maier photographs, and the Getty Research Institute has acquired the massive archive of Sidney B. Felsen.
The 12th edition of the Governors Island’s art fair, now titled Portal: Governors Island and presented by the nonprofit 4heads, returns with exhibitions and installations from 89 artists.
The Interference Archive is organizing a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon to widely disseminate the history explored in its exhibition Resistance Radio: The People’s Airwaves.