This week, the anthropological use and abuse of human remains, rest and liberation, the cult of Trump, the cicada invasion, the first frozen margarita machine, and more.
We can’t pass up a fun meme, so after encountering the recent Types of ____ Paper meme making the rounds, we had some fun and conjured up an array of art history papers that may sound strangely familiar-ish.
This week, the Tartarian conspiracy, labor issues at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, a Russian singer trapped in a Chinese reality TV show, Hollywood’s copyright obsession, and more.
This week, defining “carceral heritage,” the story of a teen in the infamous Kent State photograph, considering Nicolas de Staël, digital blackface, and more.
In this moving documentary by Cosima Spender, there are lots of unanswered questions but you can’t help but be moved by the rawness.
The models recreate a world that no longer exists.
With the 106th anniversary of the genocide approaching, here are some films which can help you better understand the events.
This week, the cost of competing on RuPaul’s Drag Race, “The Scream” is in solidarity with Strike MoMA, a new biography of Edward Said, and more.
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s latest PBS series does a good job of telling the writer’s life story, but doesn’t probe his thornier aspects.
The recent email from Glenn Lowry suggests the museum director is attempting to control the narrative around Strike MoMA’s current protests.
This week, Mister Rogers’s cardigans, the myth of Noblesse Oblige, inequity at a LA museum, digital media’s issues, and more.
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, Eugène Delacroix, and others employed the technique to share works with close acquaintances.