The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History owns a pair of Dorothy’s shoes that have gradually lost their luster and begun to deteriorate.
In addition to the historic gift, the museum will establish a center for the study of modern art from Latin America.
The UK’s first robot, Eric, disappeared after his debut, but the Science Museum has created a working replica.
After vandals stole baby Jesus’s head off a sculpture, a local artist replaced it — with disconcerting results.
There is something about a line that is eternal, not because we wish it so, but rather because in separating the light from the dark, we make a passage through all the sundry reasons to lie still and accept what you have been given.
The CIA’s abstract art collection isn’t as “secret” as a series of articles made it seem—but it’s more politically significant than it appears, and there are still unanswered questions. Here, photographs of the collection are accessible to the public for the first time.
Reading the letter on stage, the Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe-winning actor Benedict Cumberbatch practically foams at the mouth.
Jordan Casteel, EJ Hill, and Jibade-Khalil Huffman all use their work to explore the body, whether the subject’s, the artist’s, or the spectator’s.
The National Park Service and the Cultural Landscape Foundation launch a guide to New York City’s cultural landscapes as part of a series on urban design.
The Massachusetts College of Art and Design’s MFA program includes five separate fine arts disciplines: 2D Fine Arts, 3D Fine Arts, Film/Video, and Photography.
Roe Ethridge combines a commercial photography practice with his personal life to create diquieting images.
Matthew M. Kaelin takes pictures of carnivorous plants to highlight their beautiful and fatal details.