The King of Comics was born and raised in New York City, on the streets where many of his fictional characters live, and the nonprofit that honors his legacy will guide visitors along a free walking tour of his haunts.
This week, artist studios in Oregon, Brooklyn, Washington, and Michigan.
Plus, works by Salvador Dalí and other Spanish artists will go to the Meadows Museum, and the Krannert Art Museum will house the portfolios of Hal Fischer.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s series of talks and tours on Art of Native America: The Charles and Valerie Diker Collection helps visitors better contextualize artwork by Indigenous creators across the centuries.
Plus, that iconic portrait of Beyoncé is going to the National Portrait Gallery, and three museums in Munich have joined to restitute nine Nazi-looted artworks.
Plus, 8,300 works by Eugene Von Bruenchenhein will find a new home, and Alicia Keys and husband Swizz Beatz have bought paintings by Tschabalala Self.
Film at Lincoln Center’s Another Country: Outsider Visions of America offers a smorgasbord of wildly disparate cinema by foreign and immigrant directors you wouldn’t normally consider in the same conversation.
Plus: the photo archives of Ebony and Jet magazines have found their buyer, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York has acquired 45 new pieces.
The 8th Dominican Film Festival is the largest showcase of Dominican filmmaking outside the Dominican Republic itself, and its films, workshops, and panels look fascinating.
The Corkscrew Theater Festival offers a lineup of performances from underrepresented creatives.
Plus, the Pérez Art Museum Miami receives $1 million for its Caribbean Cultural Institute, Spain’s Museo Nacional del Prado acquires 11 new works, and Penske Media buys Art Market Monitor.
This week, artist studios in England, New York, Maine, and Vermont.