Sports team names and logos in the US have long reinforced derogatory stereotypes of Native people.
A Basquiat-painted Ferris wheel, a Keith Haring carousel, and more are part of the project, to be rebooted in LA next year.
“Cards of Qatar” features digital collectible FIFA World Cup 2022 cards that help us remember those who built the stadiums.
Greg A. Hill, a senior curator of Indigenous art, was among the top officials who lost their jobs.
If Twitter crashes, where do we go to talk about Twitter crashing?
Stephanie Allison Jolluck was apprehended by authorities days after a close call with airport security, who found two 1,000-year-old artifacts in her luggage.
More than 22,000 artists applied for Creatives Rebuild New York’s initiative, the biggest in the country.
The Colombian singer has come under scrutiny in the past for what some consider to be his appropriation of Afro-Caribbean musical traditions.
Artist Jesse Krimes served six years in federal prison, creating artworks while incarcerated using the bare-bones materials at his disposal.
Hedvig Ersman, the granddaughter of Hilma af Klint’s nephew, said the sale of NFTs on Pharrell Williams’s GODA platform “goes against the will” of the artist.
In open letters published by Hyperallergic, faculty and students at UC Irvine’s Art History and Visual Studies departments demand higher wages and more support for its academic workers.
The university said it will return the samples, some of which were used in research that directly or indirectly supported scientific racism.