Dominique Lévy, Brett Gorvy, and Amalia Dayan say their Upper East Side gallery was “vandalized” with a message that decries the “massacre of Palestinians” in Gaza.
The Spanish-influenced dialect is a product of the city’s cultural wealth and diversity, bro.
Darling’s multidisciplinary practice reflects on class divisions and challenges conventional notions of British identity.
A witness statement by novelist Émile Zola relates the sword fight between the painter and critic Edmond Duranty after he penned a lukewarm review of Manet’s work.
The artist captured compelling pictures of celebrities and politicians, dogs just being dogs, and the happenstance whimsy of daily life.
Groups including Nan Goldin’s PAIN gathered outside the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC, during the latest Purdue Pharma settlement hearing.
The event, running now through December 10, first launched in 2021 as an alternative to the government-sponsored Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival.
Elements including lights, sounds, and crowded spaces can overload some individuals’ senses and trigger physical pain or emotional distress.
The American Museum of Natural History in New York closed its main entrance as protesters rallied outside the institution, which was barricaded by police.
Outside of the blue-chip art world, some galleries and nonprofits are speaking out freely and publicly against Israel’s attacks.
The anonymous street artist made the work in 2017, a year after Brexit, to criticize Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
“No opera on a dead planet,” shouted the protesters during the second act of Wagner’s Tannhäuser at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York.