The 750-year-old medieval ship sank off the coast of Dorset during the 13th century, leaving behind remarkably preserved artifacts.
Josely Carvalho, Laddie John Dill, Rita McBride, and Cheryl Ann received the Lee Krasner Award for lifetime artistic achievement. Beili Liu is the winner of the $50,000 Pollock Prize for Creativity.
The $5,000 grants are awarded to emerging photographers and videographers from historically underrepresented groups.
The popular BeReal app, which prompts users to post within a two-minute window at a random time every day, has become prime fodder for memes.
Earlier this summer, one of only 22 models of the Leica prototype “0-Series” quietly sold for over $15 million — five times the previous record for a camera.
Activists chained themselves to the cast-iron lampposts of Chris Burden’s outdoor sculpture installation “Urban Light” (2008) and covered themselves in fake blood.
The musical is the first such telling of Kahlo’s life that has been sanctioned by her family, and draws in part on details from Intimate Frida, a book by her niece Isolda P. Kahlo.
The works had previously been offered to the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, but the institution turned them down on the basis that it could not establish “clear and secure” provenance for over half of the collection.
The news comes after former Louvre President Jean-Luc Martinez was charged in May with concealing the origins of illegally smuggled Egyptian antiquities.
An open letter signed by hundreds of art workers, organizers, and community members accuses arts institutions of “artwashing” the $2 billion project.
The artwork emulated photographer Richard Drew’s well-known image of a person leaping from one of the World Trade Center buildings on September 11, 2001.
The protest at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence was the most recent in a string of actions involving activists attaching themselves to artworks.