My danced prayer to looted Cambodian antiquities was too much for the New York museum.
How Not to Artwash Saudi Arabia’s Gruesome Human Rights Record
Under which conditions should an art museum ethically and responsibly do business with a repressive authoritarian government?
Is the Destruction of Armenian Heritage Not Important Enough for the Getty?
When asked why Azerbaijan’s ongoing assault on Armenian heritage was excluded from a major Getty publication, a co-editor responded with appalling condescension.
TikTok’s “Corecore” Is Where Men Scream Their Anguish
The trend’s throwback to Dada offers a warning about the crisis of men’s mental health and the rise of the far right.
The Met Shouldn’t Have Reclassified Ivan Aivazovsky as “Ukrainian”
We should not replace the ignorance shown in the previous identification with a new type of ignorance.
What Is Happening in Tigray?
Scores of cultural heritage sites are in ruins amid a fragile truce and an ongoing war of narratives.
Why I Won’t Be Visiting the Warhol Show in Saudi Arabia
I couldn’t in good conscience accept an invitation to an exhibition hosted and sponsored by a brutal regime.
Will Meta Finally Lift Its Female Nipple Ban?
An oversight board made recommendations against the company’s restrictive female nudity policies. Will Instagram comply?
Ukrainians Demand Their Place in Art History
No one would call an artist from India “British” or an artist from Peru “Spanish,” so why do museums continue to label Ukrainian artists as “Russian”?
In Loving Memory of Brody Mace-Hopkins
Mace-Hopkins, who died in mid-June 2022 during an artist residency in Scotland, was my partner and collaborator.
Why Archaeologists Are Fuming Over Netflix’s Ancient Apocalypse Series
In an open letter, the Society for American Archaeology accused journalist Graham Hancock’s docuseries of disparaging experts while promoting “racist, white supremacist ideologies.”
Why You Should Fill Out ArtTable’s Survey on Working in the Arts
To close the gender pay gap in the field, we must first gain a better understanding of how systems of inequality shape the compensation and career experiences of art professionals.