The oversized pen bleeds red over a sheet of paper inscribed with the names of over 140 prisoners of conscience in Saudi Arabia.
Two $25 million gifts will support financial aid, contemporary art collecting, and more at the institution.
A video shows the museum’s glass facade and revolving doors splashed with white and green paint.
The popular account presents a gallery of hundreds of photos of people from around the world struggling to stand vertically.
The technology is named “SakCu” — a combination of “Sak,” the word for silver in Mayan, and “Cu,” the chemical symbol for copper.
The museums were selected from a pool of 1,000 applicants to the talk show host’s “weird art” competition.
Art educators are welcomed to a sprawling warehouse in Queens for a “Back to School Shopping Spree,” hosted curbside for the first time.
The open letter, penned by Arts for Afghanistan, is signed by artists including Susan Meiselas, Hank Willis Thomas, Walid Raad, and more.
Participating organizations include museums like Dia Beacon, Magazzino Italian Art, the Dorsky Museum, and the Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College.
Smithsonians’ Museum Day returns after pandemic’s forced hiatus, and hundreds of museums in every state will be participating.
Using high-resolution satellite imagery, Caucasus Heritage Watch identified over a dozen Armenian sites that have been destroyed, damaged, or threatened by Azerbaijan.
After learning that its statement had been removed from the exhibition, Forensic Architecture requested that its works be withdrawn from the exhibition.