Motion lionizes the personal automobile as an objet d’art of unparalleled cultural influence while minimizing its negative effects. Oh, and it’s sponsored by Volkswagen and Cadillac.
Though masks are popularly conceived of as limiting expression, they allow their wearers to access a range of emotionality, of which the human face alone is incapable.
Frente a Frente at Madrid’s Museo Nacional de Antropología reveals the fundamental ways in which, eight decades on, Spain still has yet to reckon with the conflict that once tore it apart.
What remains unspoken in the British Museum’s Love and Angst is the ways Munch’s dark emotions frequently came to target the women in his life.
With its focus on the quotidian, the Museum of Transology is in many ways the antithesis of the media spectacle of trans peoples’ lives.
The rise in global anti-Semitism has prompted renewed reflection on the roles of Jewish cultural institutions.
At the Victoria & Albert Museum, LGBTQ tours offer a queer history of the museum’s collections.