A PR representative declined to name the charities, presumably COVID-19 relief related causes, but assured that they were “prominent,” “crucial to global relief efforts,” and “not run by anyone problematic.”
The Buddha, like all of us, appears to have needed the periodic reminder to pick up eggs and contact his mom.
The voice of Jesus will soon be uploaded to the internet for the first time ever.
Their cubs were found frolicking around sculptures by Richard Serra and Donald Judd.
To compete with Netflix, Hulu, and other media companies, Bigly shall offer never-before-seen congressional footage, the unedited Zapruder film, and more.
One wing of the controversial Peter Zumthor-designed LACMA complex will house LICKMA, an experiential Los Angeles-focused ice cream exhibition.
It seems that the United States primarily trades in live animals with Wakanda, which is consistent with the Wakandan policy to limit the spread of its valuable vibranium-powered weapons technology. Though the listing has been removed, the truth has been revealed.
When director Adam Weinberg described his museum as a “safe space for unsafe ideas,” nobody thought he meant it literally — until now.
The exhibition, opening at the Brooklyn Museum in 2020, will feature several works from Hirst’s Medicine Cabinets series.
“She is the artist we need right now.”
Art Betchez: An Immersive Experience will recreate artworks including the most yoni-like flowers of Georgia O’Keeffe and Hilma af Klint’s mystic, Insta-friendly charts.
Kanye West and Ivanka Trump have created the fashion line “Make America Yeezus,” with Trump designing her own pair of Yeezys.