Steven Hirsch’s photographs capture unexpected beauty in one of America’s most polluted waterways.
From a watery remix of Call of Duty to an elegiac star system commemorating victims of police brutality, the online-only exhibition’s six VR works showcase a range of possible worlds.
In David Kanaga’s latest game, Oiκοςpiel, an immortal Donkey Koch (of the Koch brothers) commissions a group of dogs to produce a digital opera for an arts festival scheduled for 2100.
The exhibition Black to the Powers of Ten at Oberlin’s Allen Memorial Art Museum showcases the artist’s extensive examination of black identity and labor.
The altercation took place outside and inside the museum. No artworks were damaged.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s director and chief executive Thomas P. Campbell resigned today after eight years serving the position.
The Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection announced a call “for the design and build of several prototype wall structures in the vicinity of the United States border with Mexico.”
Open call to artists working in all media for the “Reimagining the Four Freedoms” juried exhibition and international tour.
Happening on March 1 at Aperture, the Visual Resistance Community Action Forum is open to anyone looking to fight oppression in creative ways.
Researchers at the Morgan Library & Museum in New York are capturing the smell of its old books to reconstruct the building’s 1906 aroma.
Susan Hiller’s latest video, on view at Pérez Art Museum Miami, features 23 endangered or extinct languages spoken by the people who know them best.
It seems like every month Pittsburgh gets name-checked on one hot list or another.