While most people go to libraries to check out books, one Toronto library is offering visitors an opportunity to print out their own.
Last night, artist Robert Raphael’s public art work was destroyed by vandals on New York City’s Randall’s Island park.
The Romantic landscape artists of the 18th and 19th century were so obsessed with nature and the skies above that in 1856 critic John Ruskin called the frenzy “modern-day cloud worship.”
The Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Museum is opening the newly renovated sixth floor of its Eliza G. Radeke building to the public this Friday.
Over 100 artists and intellectuals — including Judith Butler, Lucy Lippard, Chantal Mouffe, Walid Raad, Martha Rosler, and Gayatri Spivak — have signed on to a public letter calling on participants to withdraw from Creative Time’s traveling Living as Form exhibition on the grounds that it is currently showing at an institution with a “central role in maintaining the unjust and illegal occupation of Palestine.”
UK’s National Trust is really excited they now have an “authentic” Rembrandt self-portrait, and they want everyone to know.
PARIS — In forming an exhibition on the Orient Express, the railroad line most steeped in myth, it was wise to bring in the body of the train itself.
This summer, explore traditional and contemporary modes of artmaking on Ox-Bow’s historic 115-acre campus in Saugatuck, Michigan.
Kara Walker’s 75-foot-long, 35-foot-tall sculpture made of 160,000 pounds of sugar rests in the expansive, soon-to-be-razed Domino Sugar Refinery, surrounded by 15 five-foot-tall statues of boys coated in molasses and brown sugar. Where are all the sugar-seeking pests?
This week, the annual Museum Mile Festival kicks off, the Guggenheim screens Futurist films, funky turns 40, an abstract tribute to artist Leo Rabkin takes place in Brooklyn, Rico Gatson’s solo show at Studio 10 looks great, and lots more.