A tenuous relationship exists in Weems’s work between glamour and guts; yet neither attribute suffers on behalf of the other.
This week, Metro Pictures officially closed, tributes to bell hooks, the Wayfair conspiracy, celebrity profiles, and more.
Pamela Council’s Sensory Haven in Times Square
“A Fountain for Survivors” is a protective, pink cocoon in New York City’s busiest district.
This Website Helps You Write to Your Representatives About Native Mascots in Your State
According to the site, one in 26 secondary schools nationwide has a Native mascot.
Kerry James Marshall Will Design New Windows for National Cathedral, Replacing Confederate Motifs
The former panels, removed in 2017, featured images dedicated to Confederate Generals Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee.
Your Concise Guide to Armory Week 2021
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.
Week in Review: 350+ Encourage Protections for Afghan Artists; Armenian Heritage Sites Targeted
Also, controversy erupted after a Tiffany’s ad featured a Basquiat painting, and more.
Week in Review: Afghan Artists in Danger; NYC Museums Now Require Vaccinations
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.
Week in Review: PAIN Activists Protest at Courthouse; Fires Threaten Greek Heritage Sites
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.