The Supreme Court’s ban on affirmative action in college admissions is indicative of a larger problem that also plagues the art world.
The male-dominated art establishment has always used Pablo Picasso’s “genius” to marginalize women. On the 50th anniversary of his death, this is the only show to challenge that.
A new publication tries hard to reinvent Kusama as a champion of racial equity despite her troubling record of anti-Black statements.
We want public art to interrogate social injustices, fill us with love and joy, and brush aside human flaws, but it rarely ever lives up to these expectations.
Katy Hessel’s new survey of women artists leaves out men, but also falls short of offering a new take on feminist art history.
P21 Gallery in London assembles an eclectic artist collective to commemorate and count the consequences of the Palestinian Catastrophe, 75 years later.
A long-lost Vajradhara sculpture that resurfaced in a Hong Kong collection highlights scholars’ responsibility to mediate between communities and the art market.
The pomp and pageantry of King Charles’s coronation follows the playbook of authoritarian theatrics.
We counted down the minutes until we hit the stretch of highway closest to the installation, but we didn’t stop.
From Twitter and Instagram to matchmaking apps, tech companies have helped modernize the caste system instead of dismantling it.
The Costume Institute is willfully ignoring Karl Lagerfeld’s bigoted views and his family’s concealed Nazi past.
The nonprofit industrial complex in the US has failed artists. Rocío Aranda-Alvarado and Lane Harwell of the Ford Foundation’s Creativity and Free Expression team suggest nine ways to change that.