This week in art news: Native American female artists receive long overdue recognition, New York Supreme Court judge orders stolen ancient art to be returned to Iran, and philanthropist behind “Anonymous Was a Woman” is revealed.
The artist has set up a Kickstarter to find backers for the wearable art and raise funds for immigrants targeted by I.C.E.
30 artists and contributors have signed the statement condemning the museum’s decision to host an airshow organized by arms-dealing company Leonardo.
The photographer, along with health activists and Harvard medical students, organized a die-in in the atrium outside the Arthur M. Sackler Museum in Cambridge, MA.
The hip-hop trailblazers intend The Compound as a space to curate a cross-culture between art, music, fashion, entertainment, and more.
Photographers across 18 categories submitted their best iPhone photos.
In the four days since it launched, the new Culture Pass NYC program helped New Yorkers book over 9,500 reservations for 33 museums and cultural institutions across the five boroughs.
This week in art news: Never-before-seen artwork by Nelson Mandela released, Beyoncé and Jay-Z file a request to film at the Colosseum, and Wes Anderson is now a curator.
A Sir Quentin Blake retrospective auction celebrates the author’s prolific career as an illustrator and a 19th Century European and Orientalist Art auction fetches over $3 million at Christie’s in London.
Banksy posted a letter written to him by Turkish-Kurdish artist and political prisoner, Zehra Doğan.
Apple unveiled a preview of the new emojis we never knew we needed for World Emoji Day.
A new initiative encourages New Yorkers to use their library cards to get in free to museums across the city.