Marie-Josée Kravis will succeed the disgraced financier, who remains a trustee of the museum’s board.
Amid the museum’s complicated past, this first triennial offers some hope for the future.
Construction workers happened upon the pair of frescos, dating back as early as the 1600s, during a restoration of the Uffizi Gallery.
We rounded up the best art-related questions on the iconic platform, which is shutting down permanently next month.
High-end construction “has prioritized developer profits and design over the possibility of a more affordable and diverse city,” says the open letter.
The alleged surveillance of members of PAIN, the advocacy group founded by Nan Goldin, is detailed in Patrick Radden Keefe’s new book.
A small coin dated 1808 led archaeologists to identify the area as the former site of the plantation where Tubman lived before escaping enslavement in 1849.
Asian Deaf creatives Christine Sun Kim and Ravi Vasavan teamed up with Staple Pigeon Streetwear on a fundraiser to combat anti-Asian violence.
“By allowing Shell to sponsor this exhibition, the Science Museum is helping to boost the company’s cynical greenwash,” said Jess Worth, co-director of Culture Unstained.
The 14,000-square-feet concrete expanse in Manhattan will be transformed into a lush, green lawn by acclaimed set designer Mimi Lien.
“I felt like they wanted to filter what I was saying, but I still wanted to perform the poems, so I figured I’d come and say them here now,” said Jive Poetic.
Lin’s Ghost Forest at Madison Square Park will feature 50 towering white cedars devastated by climate change.