A Mortician’s Tale is a contemplative video game in which players embalm and cremate bodies, and attend to the funerals of the dead.
Museums are reimagining their archives, their collections, and their relationship to their visitors through social tagging.
Vincent Sardon’s The Stampographer, published by Siglio Press, collects the witty designs he makes with rubber stamps, which are sometimes several feet long.
Museums, nonprofits, private collections, and other art institutions may be significantly affected if the proposed plan succeeds in eliminating the estate tax.
Illusions: The Art of Magic is a book and exhibition at the McCord Museum in Montreal featuring hundreds of posters from the Golden Age of Magic
The 11.5-foot-tall marker, which commemorates the distances protesters traveled, went on view at the National Museum of the American Indian last week.
Photographer Joel Meyerowitz captured objects in Cézanne’s studio against a grey wall, considering the influence of this background on the artist’s work.
Selections from a frequent visitor’s personal collection highlight a “golden age” of North Korean graphic design.
A Kickstarter project is crowdfunding for a public statue memorializing Félicette, the first cat rocketed into space in 1963.
This year, the Getty initiative known as Pacific Standard Time has focused on the very broad categories of Latino and Latin American art. How we talk about these categories matters.
For Remnants, Janet Russek and David Scheinbaum photographed the synagogues, knisheries, delicatessens, and other survivors of Jewish heritage on New York’s Lower East Side.
This week in art news: an online crime wave targeted galleries, over 5,000 artists and arts workers signed a letter denouncing sexual abuse and sexism, and the MTA released Barbara Kruger’s limited edition MetroCards.