“Cards of Qatar” features digital collectible FIFA World Cup 2022 cards that help us remember those who built the stadiums.
An anonymous collective unfurled banners with the words “woman, life, freedom” in an act of solidarity with Iranian protesters and “to keep the message alive.”
Greg A. Hill, a senior curator of Indigenous art, was among the top officials who lost their jobs.
The work belongs to the collection of French billionaire François Pinault, one of the richest men in the world.
Rafael Villares and Y. Malik Jalal’s works were stolen from the Green Hall Gallery at Yale’s School of Art in an incident that has shaken their trust in the school.
Michelle Weitzman was removed from the museum’s board after she spoke publicly on workers’ allegations of a toxic workplace for an Asheville Watchdog investigation.
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Some have questioned whether Neshat’s famous images of women wearing the hijab represent the struggles of Iranian women today.
And her broken clock fetched $35,000 in an auction of her estate.
Stephanie Allison Jolluck was apprehended by authorities days after a close call with airport security, who found two 1,000-year-old artifacts in her luggage.
Conservators are working to “virtually restore” a Gentileschi painting whose nude figure was covered with draping and veils in the interest of modesty.
More than 22,000 artists applied for Creatives Rebuild New York’s initiative, the biggest in the country.