A small lithography school in the Chilean island is yielding marvelously intricate works, but needs support to restock dwindling supplies.
The incoming culture commissioner vocally opposed legislation that grants noncitizens in the city the right to vote, among other controversies.
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The artists in Umbral, or “threshold,” address the dystopia of voicing dissent on the island and the tension of existing as a Cuban citizen anywhere in the world.
At least 1,000 people were sheltered in the Donetsk Regional Theatre of Drama in Mariupol, most of them women and children.
The London institution has cut ties with billionaires Viktor Vekselberg and Petr Aven, two associates of Vladimir Putin.
The Palestinian Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum received a $480,000 grant to conserve Palestinian textiles.
If the deal is approved, the Sacklers would pay up to $6 billion and lose their cherished naming rights at institutions.
Institutions including the Tate in London are facing mounting pressure to cut ties with Kremlin associates.
The piece will be installed at the new campus of Doorways, a nonprofit that helps individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Discovered in 2018, the 1,300-year-old frieze constitutes one of the largest examples of Zapotec writing found in the Oaxaca Valley.
Collection highlights, reading recommendations by female authors, and a “Hall of Femme” honoring women librarians are among NYPL’s March initiatives.