As Frieze and TEFAF go head-to-head, eight other fairs or fair-like endeavors are vying for your attention (and time, and money) this week.
The findings lend insight into ancient Native American inking traditions.
The discussion, organized in partnership with Common Guild, will be held on May 2 at the Trades Hall of Glasgow and livestreamed on Facebook.
Historians explore older methods of sustainable living, from Ancient Greece to the Mayan Civilization.
Over 60 protesters from 20 community groups rallied at the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden demanding the beloved institutions play a role in safeguarding their local communities.
The Middle East Galleries are the first in a series of transformative gallery renovations taking place at the Penn Museum over the next several years.
Earlier this month, 51 of the 54 students in Columbia’s visual arts MFA program met with the school’s dean and provost to demand full tuition refunds.
The Musée Terrus in Elne recently brought in an art historian to examine its holdings; he found that 82 of the 140 works in the museum’s collection are fake.
The online resource connecting artists with curators, gallerists, and other collaborators is free for students from graduate and undergraduate programs.
The study reveals that the black and minority ethnic people comprise only 2.7% of the museum, gallery, and library workforce in the UK.
Some students give their professors feedback by filling out teacher evaluations, others use a paintbrush.
Chittaprosad, an artist known for his sketches and prints and who documented a famine in the book Hungry Bengal, began his artistic tenure as an illustrator and sketch artist for the Communist Party of India in the early 1940s.