For Drowned River: The Death and Rebirth of Glen Canyon on the Colorado photographers Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe with author Rebecca Solnit explored the return of a flooded Southwest landscape.
It’s all about democratizing art education.
He stares down the evils that have driven history, intervenes in public spaces, and collaborates with science — all in service to strengthening community
Plus a comic book collector donated more than 3,000 objects to the Library of Congress.
Informal recyclers are as ubiquitous in Bogotá as the city’s world famous street art, yet for most Colombians, completely invisible.
The city fo Kassel wants to relocate Olu Oguibe’s public sculpture, commissioned for last year’s Documenta.
Sales of the most prized works from the museum’s collection netted over $40 million, but more will hit the auction block if the institution pursues its goal of making $55 million.
Examining the clothing and also the color that Romans used to visualize those they defined as “barbarians” gives us a clue as to how Romans differentiated themselves from their foes
One of my students recently presented a novel hypothesis for why women should be paid less than men.
After retiring as a professor of American history from Princeton University, Nell Painter embarked on a new chapter of her life: to become a practicing artist.
The provocative auteur’s latest, The Misandrists, attempts a tongue-in-cheek critique of radical feminism.
“Before we get started, I have something to say … “