For over a century, a small watercolor of a bird was forgotten in an Antarctic hut under penguin poop and moldy paper.
Almost 108 million people visited museums around the world last year, according to a new report.
The annual Zine and Self-Published Photo Book Fair returns June 16 to June 18 with artworks, photo projects, and self-published writing that have yet to be widely distributed.
For his project, artist Aboubakar Fofana dyed the coats of 54 sheep with indigo and brought them from Mali to the Greek capital.
Christie’s is auctioning a rare 1692 deposition from the Salem witch trials that helped sentence an elderly widow to death.
Opening June 17, the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute’s Liminal Space offers a glimpse of the tensions immigrants face in being tethered to multiple places at once.
Jessica Mitrani’s performance “Traveling Lady” takes Nellie Bly’s 72-day journey around the globe as its departure point, but the result is less than inspiring.
In his current exhibition TERRAoptics at Sepia Gallery, Vivan Sundaram has created tableaux with ceramic pottery shards from an archeological dig at Pattanam, in the Indian state of Kerala.
Janice Nowinski’s paintings, currently on view at John Davis Gallery in Hudson, possess a kind of brute grace.