Also, a photographer captured stirring images of feminist celebrations rejoicing the legalization of abortion in Argentina, and more.
The cultural landscape has taken more blows in 2020 than ever before in order to stay afloat during the pandemic.
Also, Americans for the Arts council members are calling for the resignation of top leadership, and more.
Also, several artists have come forward to claim credit for the monoliths around the world, and more.
Also, artists and architects are advocating for the removal of Philip Johnson’s name from the Museum of Modern Art, and more.
Also, Forensic Architecture released its investigation of the Beirut port explosion, and more.
Also, Seth Stolbun stepped down from the board of Rhizome following reports of workplace harassment at the New Museum, and more.
Also, Forensic Architecture and Bellingcat created an interactive digital map of police brutality at Black Lives Matter demonstrations, and more.
Also, a postponed Philip Guston retrospective was advanced to 2022 instead of 2024, and more.
Also, the climate activist group BP or not BP? staged an anti-oil demonstration at the British Museum in solidarity with Indigenous communities in the arctic, and more.
Also, over 150 artists have amplified demands for reform at the New Orleans Museum of Art following accusations of bigotry and discrimination, and more.
Four activists were fined for their live-streamed protest at the Paris museum, in which Mwazulu Diyabanza removed a 19th-century funerary post from its display.