The UK has rejected EU regulations that require import licenses for art, antiques, books, and other artifacts that are more than 250 years old before they can enter any EU country.
The banner was placed overnight and discovered this morning, two days after a violent attack on the Capitol rife with Nazi and white supremacist symbols.
A tweet from last summer in which Trump authorizes “up to 10 years in prison” for anyone who vandalizes or destroys federal property has resurfaced as a bitter reminder of his bias against progressive activists.
Juliana Notari’s “Diva,” a massive, concrete and resin sculpture built on a hillside in Pernambuco, has prompted outrage from conservative groups.
The Valentine Richmond History Center wants to display a Davis statue created by artist Edward Valentine, the museum’s first president.
The most recent excavation of the Huei Tzompantli revealed the skulls of 119 men, women, and children, bringing the total number of skulls found in the tower to more than 600.
Photographer Kyle Cassidy released one of his images into the public domain. Years later, someone else took credit for it.
The World Monuments Fund is urging the Indian Institute of Management to reconsider destroying architect Louis Kahn’s historic campus.
Amanda Cotrim’s photographs document the thousands of abortion rights advocates who erupted into festivities throughout Buenos Aires on the day of the vote.
Emails started to change toward the end of March: “I hope this message finds you well, despite it all,” wrote people who would otherwise never express any interest in my personal life.
The pandemic has had severe effects on the livelihoods of artists across the US, but a new incubator at Florida International University helps artists develop business skills before graduation.
A drive-through exhibition in a commercial parking lot in Mexico City brings together over 30 works by more than 20 contemporary artists.