American artists were instrumental in propagating the false narrative of Thanksgiving, a deliberate erasure of violence against Indigenous peoples.
Museum Directors, Do You Need a Hug?
Prominent museum directors declaring that they are “deeply shaken” by climate activists is a resounding failure of leadership.
Sorry, But This Is Not “Repatriation”
The Met’s deal with the Greek government to “repatriate” billionaire Leonard Stern’s Cycladic art collection is not what it seems.
Finding Strength as an Artist With Chronic Illness
When the profits from every sale are dumped right back into medical costs, what does the balance of surviving and creating even look like?
I Am Not a “Gypsy”
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.
Ye’s Critics Got It All Wrong
Treating Kanye West’s latest statements as exceptional, rather than a routine expression of the everyday reality of white supremacy, is only making the problem worse.
I’m Jewish and I Don’t Want to Leave Again
America was our promised land but we might not be safe here anymore.
AI Art Is Soft Propaganda for the Global North
Unsurprisingly, the artistic and ethical shortcomings of AI image generators are tied to their dependence on capital and capitalism.
The Future of Art Censorship Is Being Decided Without Artists
And it’s mostly our own fault.
The Van Gogh Is Fine; You Won’t Be
The real target of Just Stop Oil’s tomato soup action wasn’t Van Gogh’s painting. It was our complacency.
Why Does the Art World Hate Fat People?
Typical reactions to fat bodies in the art world range from pity to fascination.
Your Land Acknowledgment Is Not Enough
Land acknowledgment without action is an empty gesture, exculpatory and self-serving.