The federal judge quashed a state law that prohibits art from being labeled Native American if the artist is not a member of a federally recognized tribe.
The 2,000-year-old snack bar is emblazoned with an enchanting and well-preserved logo.
Images emerging from a rally at the Gaza-Israeli border today suggest that the Israeli military fired sponge round projectiles produced by the Safariland Group, a company owned by the Whitney Museum’s Vice Chairman.
In a public letter released today, a group of theorists, critics, and scholars joins activists and members of the Whitney staff in the demand to remove Warren B. Kanders from his position as vice-chairman of the museum’s board of trustees.
A trip to the museum helps the comedic duo of Kenny and Keith Lucas to see the world of Classical art in color.
A letter penned by a group of Latinx artists, scholars, and community activists accuses the museum of straying from its identity and mission.
“An advertisement for a Mercedes Benz car that costs $200,000, without any compensation to me, or without even asking my permission first, is totally unacceptable,” one of the artists said.
The planned project will rise 1,049 feet tall in a rural town of just 7,000 people.
The celebrity artist says a religious epiphany inspired the unexpected decision.
The activist organization, which demands the removal of Whitney vice chairman Warren Kanders from the board, gathered at the museum to protest alongside activists from the 30 groups that have come out to support its mission.
Our Land, mounted as a reply to a controversial show at the Brooklyn Museum, features contributing artists from North Africa and West Asia and their diasporic communities.
The drug policy advocates, led by photographer Nan Goldin, held a covert die-in at the Guggenheim, then marching to the Met to publicly protest on its steps.