Helen Molesworth’s true-crime sensation marginalizes the artist’s life and legacy.
What does it mean when the world’s richest person trolls us?
American artists were instrumental in propagating the false narrative of Thanksgiving, a deliberate erasure of violence against Indigenous peoples.
Prominent museum directors declaring that they are “deeply shaken” by climate activists is a resounding failure of leadership.
The Met’s deal with the Greek government to “repatriate” billionaire Leonard Stern’s Cycladic art collection is not what it seems.
When the profits from every sale are dumped right back into medical costs, what does the balance of surviving and creating even look like?
Often, there is a disconnect between the museum world and Roma representation. One exhibition at the National Gallery of Art proves that it doesn’t have to be this way.
On October 24, Los Angeles drivers were cruising along their daily freeway commute when a Nazi banner unfurled above them. Members of the Goyim Defense League proudly “sieg heiled” over their massive sign: “Kanye was right about the Jews.” Many of the drivers were surely outraged. But I can imagine many of my fellow Jews […]
America was our promised land but we might not be safe here anymore.
Unsurprisingly, the artistic and ethical shortcomings of AI image generators are tied to their dependence on capital and capitalism.
And it’s mostly our own fault.
The real target of Just Stop Oil’s tomato soup action wasn’t Van Gogh’s painting. It was our complacency.