The new initiative, dubbed “The Metbnb,” will allow visitors to spend the night in the museum’s historic rooms for a premium.
The National Endowment for the Artsis jumping into the heated US presidential race with a plan to appoint artists to cover the front-runners in both the Democratic and Republican parties.
Leonardo da Vinci not only invented the first refrigerator, self-propelled vehicle, and robot — he also invented the first drone.
At a press conference this morning in Paris at the headquarters of France’s national space agency, the president of the Louvre Jean-Luc Martinez announced that the museum plans to open an outpost on the moon by 2026.
In a surprise announcement, the 2016 Turner Prize committee has bestowed the coveted contemporary art award on all the Syrian refugees who’ve left their war-torn country.
Taking advantage of his exclusive rights to make artistic use of the high-tech, light-absorbing material Vantablack, the British artist Anish Kapoor has covered the entire surface of his Chicago public sculpture “Cloud Gate” (2006) with it.
In an effort to better reflect the changing demographics of its borough, the Brooklyn Museum is launching White Male History Month, a press release announced this morning.
On Wednesday the Whitney Museum of American Art announced that it will discontinue its seminal biennial exhibition, a fixture of the US art scene since 1932, and replace it with a continuous gallery-in-residence program dubbed “The Whitney Perpetual.”
VENICE — The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has announced that it will have its first-ever Venice Biennale pavilion when the international art exhibition opens next month.
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In light of the media sensation caused by Tilda Swinton’s “The Maybe” performance at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the museum announced today that it is expanding its celebrity-based programming for 2013, which will include works by Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga, Snooki, the body of Michael Jackson, and the ubiquitous James Franco.
Last night, three works by the infamous British street artist Banksy showed up in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, and the city’s street art scene have been clamoring to understand the meaning of these “sad clowns” that are spread around the north Brooklyn neighborhood.