This month: Ruth Asawa, Michael Rakowitz, Math Bass, contemporary Native art, and more.
The two construction workers reportedly widened a gap in the wall, seeking a shortcut.
You can now take a picture of the famous work at Madrid’s Museo Reina Sofía, but don’t even think about using a selfie stick.
NYC’s Photofairs gathers over 150 artists with an expansive range of work, from collage and video installations to art books and even generative displays.
After a two-year search, maritime historians Brendon Baillod and Bob Jaeck say they’ve found the “perfectly intact” Trinidad wreck off the coast of Wisconsin.
A new survey aims to document the predominantly Afro-Latinx neighborhood’s cultural significance, beyond physical landmarks.
Community members fear that the historic New York State Summer School of the Arts may soon be replaced with a less equitable grant program.
The artist and former Catholic nun was known for her meticulously constructed, playful multimedia works.
Soaring temperatures and litter discarded by tourists might have added to the problem, authorities say.
Tania Bruguera, Coco Fusco, and Tomás Sánchez are among artists urging the international art community to abandon the “political fantasy that Cuba is a socialist utopia.”
The new finds give more detailed insight into the lives of enslaved Roman community members prior to the volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
The institution’s secretary “condemned” past unethical practices that involved non-consensually collecting the brains of mostly Black and Indigenous people.