In the course of pursuing one of her art projects, Bridget Quinn may have thwarted a potential public health crisis.
Austria’s new coalition government, which includes the far-right Freedom Party, quotes the Secession’s motto in its official program for governing during the next five years.
Alison Elizabeth Taylor’s intricate marquetry yields uncanny scenes and complex visual effects.
For The Last Testament, Jonas Bendiksen photographed seven men from around the world who each believe they are the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
For the first time, an exhibition explores these artists’ friendship and the visual parallels within their distinct work.
This week in art news: Chuck Close was accused of sexual misconduct, Steve McQueen began a video memorial to the Grenfell Tower fire victims, and Oxford’s Bodleian Libraries announced plans to exhibit JRR Tolkien’s illustrated Christmas letters.
Mark Parascandola’s photos tell the strange, melancholy story of the erection, disintegration, and repurposing of the 1960s film sets.
An exhibition covering major bodies of work reveals his urgent resonance for our troubled times.
The city sold two parks to a nonprofit, allowing it to remove the statues of Jefferson Davis and Nathan Bedford Forrest.
Doreen Garner and Kenya (Robinson)’s two-person exhibition examines the bloody history of white male supremacy and evokes the notion of karmic retribution.
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After a string of high-profile raids and restitutions, the Manhattan DA has created a formal squad to focus on the trade in illegal antiquities.