The unbelievable, hilarious, or just plain mind-boggling things that happened in the world of art in 2022.
A sarcophagus found beneath the floor slabs of the Paris church belonged to Antoine de la Porte, who provided financial contributions for the cathedral’s choir.
It probably belonged to an elite woman who wanted to “show off” her new Christian identity.
Ryan’s practice delves into the experiences of generational migration, contradictions, and paradoxes.
Online, dozens of artists have posted tribute artworks in honor of Shekari’s life and calling for the immediate release of protesters.
It took over 37 hours to pull 1,900 miles of glass filament to create the garment, now on view at the Toledo Museum of Art.
Refugees of the Moria camp in Lesvos, Greece are behind the camera in the film Nothing About Us Without Us.
Lensa AI’s digital avatars have captivated users, but some say the app is stealing from artists and reflects racial stereotypes.
More than a dozen activists participated in the action, organized by the group Woman Life Freedom NYC.
Custodians, groundskeepers, and movers at the Rhode Island School of Design are seeking wage improvement, healthcare benefits, and a retirement package.
Vanessa Albury, whose eco-friendly ceramic sculptures help revive filter-feeder populations, is raising funds to complete her first film about the project.
Herzog and de Meuron’s design for the Museum of the 20th Century in Berlin has been accused of poor energy efficiency and called a “structural nightmare.”