David Simon explains how streaming services have created an unsustainable “gig economy” for writers in an interview with More Perfect Union.
Santa Fe’s Center for Contemporary Arts Quietly Reopens
After abruptly shuttering last month, the once-multidisciplinary CCA is now open with a skeleton crew in a purely cinematic capacity.
On Mother’s Day, Giving the Gift of Women’s Health
As maternal mortality rates soar, artist Michelle Browder — known for her monument to the “Mothers of Gynecology” — is bringing medical services to women in rural Alabama.
New York Art Advisor Hit With $2M Lawsuit
Three clients are accusing consultant Lisa Schiff of running a “Ponzi scheme” to fund her “lavish lifestyle.”
Manet’s Controversial Nude Is Coming to New York
“Olympia” (1863) will be shown in the US for the first time as part of a Met exhibition focused on the joint careers of Édouard Manet and Edgar Degas.
After Decades of Looting, Mosul Museum Plans to Reopen
Officials shared a rehabilitation plan for the beleaguered institution, slated to open its doors again in 2026.
Met Museum Will Hire Team to Investigate Looted Art
Following a number of high-profile art seizures by the Manhattan DA, the museum will bring on new staff to conduct provenance research.
Brooklyn’s Bushwick Neighborhood Gets Its First Historic District
The 32 houses on the newly designated stretch of Linden Street represent a hodgepodge of styles from Neo-Grec to Romanesque Revival.
60 Films That Say “I Love New York”
A festival opening this week at Film Forum highlights NYC-based, critically acclaimed films throughout the decades, from Scorsese to blaxploitation.
Who Is Connie Butler, the New Director of MoMA PS1?
Butler is leaving LA’s Hammer Museum to lead the New York museum, which has been under interim leadership for a year.
Museum Visitor Trips and Damages Ancient Chinese Bronze
The owl sculpture has been removed from an exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Art and will be repaired.
To Draw Museum Visitors, Vienna Turns to AI (and Cats)
The city has launched a new cat-paign — ehm, campaign — that puts a feline spin on famous Austrian artworks.