An open call for submissions to the show said artworks could not contain documentary images of the war and highlighted the experience of Russian artists.
If approved, it would be a major hit for the DCLA, which would have its overall budget cut by a third in 2023.
It’s the second time in the span of one week that Russian troops target a cultural institution in the city that sheltered civilians.
The decision hits a sensitive nerve for workers who asked the museum to end its association with the NYPD after the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor in 2020.
Gary Cabana, a former museum member, stabbed two workers after his membership was revoked over “disorderly conduct.”
Police is searching for the suspect, a former MoMA member who attacked two employees at the museum.
An outpouring of memes is helping Ukrainians cope through humor that often spills over into dark satire.
The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council also named 18 artists in residence at its new Arts Center on Governors Island.
Volo Bevza and other artists are helping construct the anti-tank obstacles known as “hedgehogs” in an old metal workshop in Lviv.
The workers are urging the leadership of the Ohio arts institution to voluntarily recognize their union.
“Protect the sky over Ukraine,” read the flyers-turned-planes, created by a group of New York-based artists and activists.
Itum Bahal is known as the oldest and most important Buddhist monastery in Nepal’s capital.