The artist-run East Village gallery O’Flaherty’s exhibited all 700+ artists who submitted work for its final show.
Her resignation comes a week after artist Hito Steyerl withdrew artwork from the exhibition and consultant Meron Mendel also stepped down.
A janitor at the Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada was reportedly residing in the museum with his family and storing handguns, ammunition, and an AK-47 in a hardware room.
Controversy erupted on social media when users noticed that Gala Knörr’s paintings referenced images from a film by dayday, a self-described Black and queer multidisciplinary artist.
The artist cited the organizers’ handling of antisemitism allegations and the ensuing fallout. Meron Mendel, head of the Anne Frank Educational Institute in Frankfurt, stepped down from his position as a consultant for the exhibition.
Musician and activist Charles Murrell said he was assaulted by members of Patriot Front on his way to work.
Daniel Weiss, who joined the museum in 2015, led the institution through the turmoil of the pandemic and oversaw milestones like the implementation of paid internships.
At a time when many Black artists turned to figuration, Gilliam harnessed the power of abstraction, freeing the canvas from its support.
The artist’s portrait of her mother, painted in 1977 and reproduced on the vaporetti of Venice, may be one of the most evocative artworks in the Biennale.
Rapper Maykel “Osorbo” Pérez was sentenced to nine years.
But the court ruled unanimously that Harvard was not legally obligated to return the photographs.
The Indonesian collective behind the work, Taring Padi, denied antisemitic intent and issued an apology, adding that it was the first time it was shown in “a European and German context.”