A dozen protesters gathered at the Whitney Museum of Art to condemn the institution’s lack of modern context about the HIV/AIDS epidemic in relation to Wojnarowicz’s artwork.
The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art, Culture & Industry receives a $9.7 million state-funded grant, despite controversy and dissent from a local politician.
The dragon pops up as a recurring motif in Gaudí’s famous works, and this is no coincidence.
The Brooklyn Museum hosts a night of poetry in celebration of Caribbean works and artistry, with readings by three Cave Canem poets.
Meiselas, whose documentary photography is wide ranging, says the one thing that ties her work together is her “relationships with subjects over time.”
The 2018 MFA Low Residency Thesis Exhibition is on view in MassArt’s Design and Media Center from July 30 to August 8, 2018.
There’s that tired old bit about artists being weak and tortured.
Sarah Wagner questions the romanticized or elided stories that Americans tell themselves about the forces that built the United States into a world power.
During work along the right bank of the Tiber this summer, the archaeological group Cooperativa Archeologia uncovered what was first thought to be a villa, but later considered to be a church.