The artist faces an immediate two-month detention if she returns to her home country.
The Palestinian artist’s images document and celebrate life in the Gaza Strip, excavating pockets of optimism and resistance amidst loss and destruction.
Art Gallery of Ontario curator Wanda Nanibush’s departure came after a pro-Israel group complained about her social media posts.
Priceless images show the president’s myriad facial expressions, from looks of confusion and disbelief to gazes of pride and appreciation toward the bird.
The famously anonymous artist told a reporter his first name in a recently resurfaced radio segment.
Cindy Sherman, Zineb Sedira, and Tanya Habjouqa are among 150 artists offering prints for $125 to support desperately needed humanitarian aid in the besieged city.
The cuts will also affect spending on materials, programming, and facilities at libraries across the five boroughs.
Via Triumphalis is now accessible through a new separate entrance at the Vatican Museums’ Santa Rosa gate.
Mariët Westermann, the first woman to hold the role, will lead the NYC institution and work alongside leaders of the Guggenheim’s controversial forthcoming UAE museum.
The statue head was found during construction for the Maya Train, which has sparked controversy amongst scientists and Indigenous communities in the region.
Sally Tallant said the museum “is not able to make political statements” in a meeting with workers.
Members of the group Writers Bloc staged an action during an awards dinner chaired by New York Times President Meredith Kopit Levien.