The anonymous street artist made the work in 2017, a year after Brexit, to criticize Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
Curator Rebecca Fasman shares her top picks in the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, from a phallic Egyptian amulet to novelty condoms.
Some scholars believe that the portrait is a Leonardo original painted by the Renaissance artist before he made the more famous work housed at the Louvre.
He is accused of assaulting two women and displaying images of the alleged attacks in a New York exhibition.
Conservators found that a portrait of aristocrat Diana Cecil had been modified to have larger lips and a smaller forehead long after the original was completed.
The strike has ended, but not everyone is satisfied with the tentative contract’s stipulations for the use of artificial intelligence in film and TV.
Professor and Cherokee Nation citizen Joseph Pierce will lead the cross-departmental, interdisciplinary initiative at Stony Brook University.
Priceless images show the president’s myriad facial expressions, from looks of confusion and disbelief to gazes of pride and appreciation toward the bird.
Via Triumphalis is now accessible through a new separate entrance at the Vatican Museums’ Santa Rosa gate.
Members of the group Writers Bloc staged an action during an awards dinner chaired by New York Times President Meredith Kopit Levien.
Israelism follows two young Jewish Americans whose perception of Israel changes once they see how the nation treats Palestinians.
Earlier this week, curator Ranjit Hoskoté stepped down after he was accused of antisemitism for signing a pro-Palestine petition.