Your useful guide to the fairs and exhibitions of interest this week.
This week, reproductive rights in Texas, Hurricane Ida devastates New Orleans, deadly floods, and an alienated epidemiologist.
Also, controversy erupted after a Tiffany’s ad featured a Basquiat painting, and more.
Also, a pro-Palestinian artwork was temporarily censored by the University of Manchester, and more.
This week, illegal COVID-19 boosters, the joys of flossing, a nonbinary medieval warrior, DIY cocktails in the Bay Area, and more.
Also, a Kusama sculpture was swept into the sea by a typhoon, and more.
This week, the real meaning of “carpe diem,” Kerry James Marshall gets the profile treatment, Andrew Cuomo’s network of protection, James Baldwin’s birthday, and more.
Week in Review is a weekly collection of news, developments, and stirrings in the art world. Subscribe to receive these posts as a weekly newsletter. New York City You will soon need your vaccine card to access New York City’s indoor performance venues as well as dining and fitness facilities. A fourth suicide occurred at the controversial […]
This week, how queer sex lives have been reconfigured by the pandemic, dommes are convincing their subs to get vaccinated, carbon offsets are catching fire, and more.
Also, an impromptu performance at MoMA PS1 challenged the museum’s representation of Latinx women, and more.
Also, protesters demanded the resignation of the Museum of Chinese in America’s director, and more.
Also, activists accuse the Museum of Chinese in America of contributing to gentrification of New York’s Chinatown, and more.