A portrait of Audre Lorde and an intimate embrace between a couple in 1979 are two of four photographs by Joan E. Biren.
Days ahead of today’s announcement, a group of Met employees sent a letter to museum administrators demanding greater transparency and protection for workers.
The portrait will be the first cover of the magazine to not feature Oprah Winfrey in its 20 year history.
Wouter van der Veen, scientific director of the Institut van Gogh, noticed a striking resemblance between van Gogh’s “Tree Roots” (1890) and a postcard from Auvers-sur-Oise, where the painter took his life.
In honor of World Emoji Day, we’ve dreamed up a shortlist of emoji that the art world is missing, from tote bags to a Duchampian urinal.
The museum, which has been closed since March 13, will reopen at 25% capacity.
Formerly known as the “Redskins,” the team will change its name and logo.
After a Shaun Leonardo exhibition at moCa Cleveland was canceled, the museum issued an apology for its decision-making process. Activists and art workers in the Cleveland community, including Rice, have come forward as critics.
From See In Black’s $100 print sale to the Black School’s fundraiser to open a space in New Orleans, here are a few ways you can support BIPOC-led organizations with your dollars.
John Wilson’s 1952 mural “The Incident,” is a salient meditation on the horrors of lynching and though physically lost, the mural endures in archival images, preliminary sketches, and studies.
Stylized in soft hues, new stamps bear the likenesses of novelist Nella Larsen, philosopher Alaine Locke, historian Arturo Alfonso Schomburg, and poet Anne Spencer.
The masks are meant to encourage Chicagoans to wear face coverings when out in public.