Christina Forrer’s colorful and gripping tapestries, currently on view at the Swiss Institute, focus on the awkward physicality of aggression.
A 1903 penny on view at the British Museum features the words “Votes for Women” letter-stamped by a suffragette over the face of the king.
The New-York Historical Society will launch the Citizenship Project, a major initiative to offer green card holders free civics and American history workshops led by the museum’s educators.
Spiral Play: Loving in the ’80s opens this Saturday at Art + Practice and features 12 of Al Loving’s three-dimensional collages.
On April 22 at Interference Archive, Carmen Vivian Rivera and José E. Velázquez will discuss activism in the 1960s–80s Puerto Rican diaspora.
Learn about the inventive practices of contemporary artists and curators from 22 countries.
Kevin Beasley’s installation feels sublime and sacred in its grandiose silence.
The artist, best known for his bold portraits of Black people, passed away early this morning.
It is disheartening to see this 50th anniversary of the seminal exhibition Funk pass by without so much as a nod from the art world.
Three writers consider the controversy surrounding Dana Schutz’s painting of Emmett Till and the Whitney Museum’s public response to it.
David Kessler spent six years filming the Pine Barrens’ landscape and its inhabitants, capturing the area in every imaginable state and season.
Artist Hannah Rothstein created a series of images in the style of vintage posters for US National Parks that imagines what they will look like if we don’t act against climate change.