Jaishri Abichandani staged a performance in front of the Met Breuer to speak out about an incident with the well-known photographer.
For Bang, Bang, Gun Amok, artist George Emilio Sanchez has brought together some 50 artists to perform for a full day.
In a speech in Burkina Faso, Emmanuel Macron bemoaned the fact that so much of Africa’s cultural patrimony is held by European collectors and museums.
The historic first part-time faculty union in the nation at Columbia College held the two-day strike to convey to the administration the seriousness of unresolved bargaining issues.
With humor and intellectual curiosity, the Dyke Division of the Two-Headed Calf’s Room for Cream uses the lens of soap operas to investigate contemporary queerness.
Iduma, a graduate of the SVA’s MFA Art Writing program, foregrounds the question of what good writing about art is and what it can become.
It’s Miami Art Week, and the beach is covered from south to north with fairs, though the madness stretches well into the mainland. Here’s our guide for what to see.
In this piece from his new nonfiction collection, Dragon at the Edge of a Flat World: Portraits and Revelations, Joseph Keckler revisits his stint as an audio guide salesman.
The institution has suspended all current projects with Hoffmann, who served as its director of special exhibitions and public programs.
At San Francisco’s de Young Museum, an interactive dive into the ruined pre-Columbian metropolis.
The SculptureCenter is hosting Nicola L.’s first institutional survey, cementing her reputation and oeuvre as thoroughly feminist.
This is a typical day in the life of one artist.