In The Fortune of Having Been There, Otero’s paintings seduce us with the whole as well as their individual parts.
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation has given seven institutions a collective $1.6 million to digitize Indigenous oral histories and make them widely available, especially to Native communities.
Movers and Shakers’ new app allows you to insert monumental figures of under-recognized icons like Shirley Chisholm and Toussaint Louverture into public spaces.
More than 50 artists have submitted drawings for a coloring book that will help fund a permanent home for the new art school.
The bipartisan group of politicians urges the release of Denis Solís, a rapper arbitrarily detained last year, and expresses solidarity with the San Isidro Movement artist-activist collective.
The beads, located in three Indigenous sites in Alaska, date to the mid-to-late 15th century, prior to Columbus’s landfall.
The museum has been criticized for its sweeping layoffs and furloughs during the coronavirus pandemic and accused of fostering a culture of racism and structural inequities.
Chinchero, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, is home to a dozen Indigenous cultures as well as 15th-century Inca ruins.
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Your home can now be marked by the blue checkmark motif universally associated with digital VIP status, sculpted by artist Danielle Baskin.
The motion was filed on behalf of 1,252 artists, and counting, who signed a petition in its favor, including artists Tania Bruguera and Sandra Ceballos.
The National Institute for Anthropology and History in Mexico says 30 objects in the sale belong to the country’s national patrimony, and three others are fake.