Using aerial scanning technology, researchers found that 65% of urban features today are aligned orthogonally with Teotihuacán.
The rare copy of Mary Shelley’s classic, one of only 500 copies, sold for $1.17 million at Christie’s.
In an open letter, they alleged “a lack of honest investment” and “patterns of entitlement to Black women’s labor” plaguing the show.
Nate Chastain, OpenSea’s head of product, was ousted on Twitter by a user who posted questionable transactions from his wallet.
An inaugural exhibition of light-based sculptures by eight artists, inspired by the many lighting stores on Manhattan’s Bowery, opens this Saturday, September 18.
The gift from the Reiter Family includes 82 ceramic pieces made by the Pueblo peoples of the Southwest.
Many had protested Reyes’s appointment, calling for the project to involve Indigenous artists and incorporate their proposals.
The project utilized 2.25 million satellite images of shallow coral reefs around the globe.
The Met Gala moved forward last night with the laughably dystopian theme of “American Independence.”
“[We] find it inadmissible that Pedro Reyes, a male artist who does not identify as Indigenous, was selected to represent ‘the Indigenous woman,'” says the group.
At Future Fair, collaborative presentations by 34 galleries challenge the traditional fair model.
Mexican photographer Alejandro Prieto’s image of a roadrunner at the US-Mexico border took home the top prize.