Many nonprofit and artist-run spaces have earned Working Artists and the Greater Economy’s stamp of approval since it launched its certification process in 2014, but the ICA is the first museum to do so.
The Goethe Institut has invited artists to reflect upon memory and its loss, generating a variety of projects in seven cities across the continent.
The National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities will each receive about $153 million in federal funding in fiscal year 2018, around $3 million more than in 2017.
Shortly after putting up a mural on his private property last year, Neal Morris received a letter from the city demanding its immediate removal and threatening jail time.
While most US art and history museums have shied away from addressing gun violence and gun control, one institution has remained assertively pro-firearms.
“Click ‘Delete My Account.’ It’s below the warning message in the middle of the page. Clicking it invokes a pop-up window.”
Eberhard Zangger alleges that the prominent British archaeologist James Mellaart forged artifacts. The accusations are difficult to evaluate.
This is the first time a museum in Brazil deaccessions an artwork to pay off debt.
The Center for Colorado Women’s History, which opened on March 21, is a helpful response to visitor demand for untold stories of local women.
Studios are open to the public and located across three buildings on Yale’s campus in downtown New Haven.
The Josef Albers in Mexico exhibition is a necessary corrective to Albers’s reputation as more pedagogue than painter and the misconception that abstraction can ever be free of outside influence.
This week in art news: police raided homes in Belgium in connection with a collection of suspected forgeries, Shenzhen Biennale co-curator Gary Xu was fired following accusations of sexual assault and harassment, and Michelle Obama’s official portrait was relocated due to overcrowding.