The Spanish empire beheaded Aponte in 1812 because of his dangerously egalitarian ideas, and in his possession authorities found what they described as a “book of paintings.”
An exhibition meditates on blue’s various connotations and how it manifests in politics.
In honor of the new edition of Brakhage’s 1963 book Metaphors of Vision, the UCLA Film & Television Archive and the Los Angeles Filmforum are screening some of his most seminal films.
This exhibit showcases the thesis projects of sixteen graduating students in studio art and design.
The perpetrator, who was caught on camera, took the rock from a participatory installation called “Stone Piece” at the Gardiner Museum in Toronto.
In Shawn Hunt: Transformation, the Heiltsuk artist expands traditional forms and experiments with new media and painting.
The billboard in Pittsburgh was initially removed due to “objections to the content,” but a recent wave of support suggests the sign could go back up.
Todd Brassner, who had been a close friend of Andy Warhol, had his portrait painted by the Pop artist in 1975.
The Art Students League celebrates the 125th Anniversary of its landmark building on 57th Street with “[STartUP],” a series of exhibitions, auctions, open studios, and parties May 11-12.
At my elementary school there was an annual competition to design the yearbook cover.
The Internet Archive has uploaded emulations of classic games to Handheld History, a free digital library, allowing for old-school experiences on modern computers.
An exhibition by artist Rachel Breen and poet Alison Morse highlights the deadly working conditions of garment workers, asking viewers to critically examine their consumption of clothing.