The fate of innumerable sacred lives, buildings, and artifacts destroyed mainly by Ethiopian and invading Eritrean troops are still being willfully ignored by Western governments and international organizations.
It is because of my proximity to the memory of genocide in Nazi-occupied Poland that I am speaking out against the American-supported Israeli invasion of Gaza.
If solidarity with the Palestinian struggle is the limit of Germany’s self-proclaimed pluralism, then it is also the pressure point from which to dismantle this racist status quo.
I re-evaluated all of the choices I had made in my life, including the decision to become an artist.
Tribeca Film Festival’s decision not to award cash prizes to filmmakers this year led me to reflect on how institutions can genuinely embrace diversity.
Behind the endless demands to “condemn Hamas” is a strategy to silence and dehumanize Palestinians and their supporters.
How well gallerists manage ties with artists determines how successful we are in making an artist happy (assuming there’s such a thing as a happy artist).
Tate Britain did wisely to rehang the British poet and painter closer to modernity.
After the Supreme Court struck down loan forgiveness, the Biden administration came up with a robust plan B. Here’s how to prepare.
Though its creators won’t admit it, Here Lies Love is a tribute to the former First Lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos, a human rights criminal and a relentless grifter.
Several arts organizations have stopped requiring reference letters. More should follow suit.
There’s only one way for the museum to survive the 21st century, and it starts with advancing toward restorative justice.