The moderator of an upcoming conversation on art and dissent at the Hirshhorn Museum, Thompson talks about the changing art world.
The Mayor’s Commission on City Art, Monuments, and Markers has launched a seven-question survey asking for public feedback about potentially hateful monuments.
Bruno Munari’s 1956 art book In the Darkness of the Night takes readers on an illustrated journey from night to morning.
The new rules would help maintain rent-regulated loft spaces, some 30% of which have disappeared in the last 15 years.
Since hurricane Maria hit, the arts nonprofit Beta-Local has been working with a network of artists and organizations on the island to take matters into their own hands.
Two Weeks, Two Art World Centers: ILPVAM is a partnership between Deusto Business School, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, and NYU Steinhardt.
The sculptor’s drawings and maquettes reflect his efforts to abstract the formal qualities of light, space, and time.
The story of a 39-day siege at the church traditionally said to mark the birthplace of Jesus Christ casts human emotions into stark relief amid almost unimaginable circumstances.
An archivist at the borough hall of Madison, New Jersey discovered, sitting innocuously in a corner, a genuine Rodin: a bust of Napoleon Bonaparte, carved of marble and weighing 700 pounds.
Looking for a Halloween costume? Here’s a 19th-century guide to dressing for fancy balls, with costumes for witches, carrier pigeons, glowworms, and air.
In an exhibition at the former home of Frederic Edwin Church, a key member of the movement, Teresita Fernández reimagines the legacy of American landscape painting.
Given some historical context, the impact graffiti had on the paintings Murray made during the 1980s is plain to see.