In the age of “social distancing,” reflecting on works by a number of artists who found themselves isolated, detained, or bed-ridden for various reasons.
Also, Guggenheim workers ask trustees for help amid union negotiations, and more.
Part-time and freelance cultural workers are asking themselves the same question: will we be paid?
NYPL has made several of its most popular research databases, previously only available for use at its 92 locations, accessible to all library cardholders remotely during its closure.
Hyperallergic took works by some of our favorite artists and reimagined what they would look like during these, um, sparsely populated times.
The Divan’s whereabouts remained a mystery until last year, when Dutch art crime investigator Arthur Brand — sometimes referred to as “the Indiana Jones of the art world” — tracked it down.
Also, new Rauschenberg Emergency Grants provide artists with funds for unforeseen medical expenses, a Mexico City art collective paints the names of femicide victims on the streets, and more.
The pyramid of Djoser, designed by Imhotep, was nearly crumbling when a restoration began in 2006.
In a quickly growing collaborative spreadsheet, exhibitors share what they planned to show this year, along with detailed descriptions, prices, and links to purchase.
To help meet its growing needs in the face of COVID-19, celebrated author and Seattle native Ijeoma Oluo has launched a relief fund for her city’s art community.
The Rauschenberg Emergency Grants will provide artists with up to $5,000 for a number of unforeseen medical expenses.
Shell’s decision comes in the wake of increasing pressure for cultural institutions to divest from oil sponsorship.