Unveiled as a part of the Prospect.5 triennial, the bronze is one of five new works that suggest new approaches to public statuary.
Their portraits will be included along with those of Venus and Serena Williams, José Andrés, Clive Davis, and Marian Wright Edelman.
This year’s show is the first since a tumultuous 2019 edition rocked by protests over former trustee Warren B. Kanders’s connections to tear gas manufacturing.
A group called the Boriken Libertarian Forces toppled the monument hours before King Felipe VI of Spain’s visit.
Archeologists excavating in Nijmegen, the Netherland’s oldest city, found the bowl in pristine condition.
Museums in Austin, Louisville, Madison, Montreal, New Orleans, Tampa, and elsewhere will be joining the program, now in its third year.
A recent study has found that AI technology can identify an artist’s brushstrokes with over 90% accuracy.
The 18-month fellowship aims to provide artists with “as much access as possible” to the club’s facilities and networks “at a time and place convenient to artists.”
A new project, “Emoji to Scale,” orders every mini-object by their real-world dimensions.
Weeks before the pandemic necessitated its temporary closure, Philadelphia’s National Museum of American Jewish History filed for bankruptcy in hopes of keeping its doors open.
Christopher Wright is convinced that a painting of Spanish Infanta Isabella Clara de Eugenia, which he purchased for £65 in 1970 is an Anthony van Dyck original.
If passed, clothing or footwear companies that rake in more than $100 million annually would need to report their energy usage, emissions, and supply information.