What is the excuse for charging people for something that was free for 1,900 years?
Armenia’s Trump-like business tycoon Gagik Tsarukyan is determined to surpass Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the Redeemer.
Dereck Stafford Mangus reflects on Guarding the Art, an exhibition curated by security guards at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
In the courtroom, he released an uncanny, sociopathic remorselessness, and I was convinced firsthand of his deep and genuinely pathological confidence.
As president of the Museum of Chinese in America, she patronized Chinatown residents and supported their displacement. She is not fit to lead the American Women’s History Museum.
Louis Vuitton’s collaboration with the artist raises questions of autonomy, agency, and objecthood.
Proposed cuts to arts funding across the state would hit entities of color the hardest.
I’m truly at a loss for what to do for work and what kind of life I can expect to live.
My danced prayer to looted Cambodian antiquities was too much for the New York museum.
Under which conditions should an art museum ethically and responsibly do business with a repressive authoritarian government?
When asked why Azerbaijan’s ongoing assault on Armenian heritage was excluded from a major Getty publication, a co-editor responded with appalling condescension.
The trend’s throwback to Dada offers a warning about the crisis of men’s mental health and the rise of the far right.