The Carl & Marilynn Thoma Foundation opened the 3,500-square-foot space with exhibitions spanning the 18th to the 21st centuries.
Applications for the New York Foundation for the Arts grant open May 4.
The discovery in the Kalahari Desert disrupts the prevailing notion that human origins were linked to coastal environments.
Billy Frank Jr. spent his life examining and advocating on behalf of treaty rights and environmental protections.
Craig Easton collaborated with writer Abdul Aziz Hafiz to challenge depictions of a small community in Lancashire as “the most segregated in Britain.”
Researchers believe the Bronze Age stone bears a crude map of an area in France’s Brittany region.
Researchers reproduced the acoustics of a defunct chapel at Linlithgow Palace during an Easter Mass performance.
It is the largest return of stolen Native American antiquities in the state’s history.
The device, which is thought to predict planets’ movement, was found in the sea in 1901, salvaged from a wrecked merchant ship.
The spider is thought to be associated with rain and fertility rituals that might have taken place in the shrine and its attendant complex of buildings.
The $200 million collection include a lesser Beeple and a series of early-net fractals.
White-collar criminals everywhere are toasting the legacy auction house.