The news that 20 employees were laid off comes as the museum eyes a multimillion-dollar expansion and upgrades to its facilities.
A new series presented with the Guggenheim Museum puts a spotlight on the Chilean-born multidisciplinary artist’s work as a filmmaker.
A nod to Diego Rivera, Maya Lin’s new generative art, and Flemish engravings shine at the International Fine Print Dealers Association show.
“As artists, cultural workers, and academics, we stand strong in support of the Palestinian struggle for freedom and against all forms of racism and settler-colonial violence,” the authors write.
The record-squashing artwork recreates a scene from Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas with over 10,000 multicolored pumpkins and gourds.
The cultural community has seen events canceled and artworks returned after expressing solidarity with Palestine.
Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines, opening next month at the Brooklyn Museum, will feature nearly a thousand works by almost 100 artists.
The statement, first published by the Israeli art magazine Erev Rav, takes issue with a letter that did not mention the Hamas attack.
Artists Odalys Burgoa and Roy Baizan say they were notified that their Día de los Muertos altar would be removed from public display due to its inclusion of the Palestinian flag.
Artists, galleries, and museums are closing their doors to demand a ceasefire in Gaza, where Israeli strikes have killed upwards of 4,200 Palestinian people.
21-year-old Luke Farritor identified the first word in a scroll that was buried in mud and ash during the 79 CE eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
Workers say they’ve been left in the dark about the future of their jobs once the museum closes for a multi-year renovation.