Among the shorts playing the 2020 New York Film Festival, those in the New York Stories block embody the spirit of a city erroneously declared dead, offering studies in movement and character.
An empowering testament to the need for self-expression, Catalina Arroyave Restrepo’s feature debut captures the youthful zeal of two young graffiti artists in Medellín.
As the pandemic continues, healthcare professionals use the social media app to share information, vent their frustrations, or just have some fun.
With the hashtag #5WomenArtists, the National Museum of Women in the Arts is leading the charge in sharing stories and works by women artists.
While the Louvre Museum is indefinitely closed, Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” is one of 60 artworks from London’s National Gallery that will wait in quarantine as many of Japan’s museums remain shuttered.
Filmmaker Lauren Greenfield talks to Hyperallergic about her documentary The Kingmaker.
In conjunction with Creative Commons and museums like the Smithsonian Institute, Sketchfab launched a virtual collection of rare and mesmerizing artifacts.
Now entering the public domain are items from the institution’s many museums, research centers, libraries, archives, and the National Zoo.
Ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8, Art on a Postcard is offering postcard-sized works starting at $65 to help eliminate Hepatitis C in women’s prisons.
On the heels of its historic Academy Award wins, Bong Joon-ho’s film has prompted a government initiative to improve conditions in 1,500 semi-basement apartments.
The Belgian store caused a viral sensation by showing pictures of the woman, later revealed to be an entertainment journalist, with the likes of Tom Cruise, Denzel Washington, and Keanu Reeves in the ’90s.
On February 20, coinciding with the opening of its Curtis Talwst Santiago and Guo Fengyi exhibitions, guests can visit the center free of charge.