This week, Mister Rogers’s cardigans, the myth of Noblesse Oblige, inequity at a LA museum, digital media’s issues, and more.
On February 22, the average price of an NFT collectible was around $4,300; by April 4, it had dropped to about $1,400.
An analysis ranked the world’s 20 most Instagrammed art museums based on the number of related hashtags for each museum.
After artist Jeresneyka Rose published her portrait of late rapper Nipsey Hussle on social media, her followers alerted her that Walmart was selling prints of the painting.
The fire also displaced a group of women living at a shelter operated by the Women’s Prison Association, the nation’s first organization for women impacted by incarceration.
According to the alleged victim’s complaint, the swindlers “conjured up” a genie from the lamp, and one dressed up as Aladdin à la One Thousand and One Nights.
The museum rolled its Trump lookalike off the premises in a dumpster.
MoMA captioned Henri Matisse’s “Dance (I)” with a line from Kim Kardashian’s highly criticized post about hosting a party on a private island during the pandemic.
The museum’s intended sale of 255 items, planned for today at Sotheby’s in London, is postponed to November.
Beyond their historical and educational value, these treaties are used by tribal advocates in court to protect their rights in land and water disputes.
Four activists were fined for their live-streamed protest at the Paris museum, in which Mwazulu Diyabanza removed a 19th-century funerary post from its display.
A museum in Nantes says that it decided to pause the exhibition after Chinese authorities asked that names and terms like “Genghis Khan,” “empire,” and “Mongol” not be used in the exhibition.