As New York cultural leaders listen to the concerns of immigrant communities, we talk about the challenges of immigrant advocacy in the art world, and then Zachary Small interviews Emma Sulkowicz about the #MeToo movement.
Emma Sulkowicz stood up against rape culture three years before the Harvey Weinstein story broke, but most articles about “Mattress Performance” erased the artist’s queer identity. Why?
The Shell energy corporation has ended its years-long partnership agreements with the Van Gogh Art Museum and the Mauritshuis, but it’s already started to invest in UK-based institutions.
The three-channel film is a story of how humans are ultimately reductionists in our relationship to the ecology — in a world that feels like it is too much for us, we aim to cut it down to a digestible size.
Whereas the American government is providing loans to Puerto Rican victims of Hurricane Maria, Arte al Rescate is providing direct aid to victims by fundraising through the arts.
This week, artist studios in Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Montana, and Switzerland.
Curator Nobumasa Kushino raises questions about how and to what extent items and actions not originally intended to be art can be rendered such, and whether they should be.
The debate around Salvator Mundi continues to rage, Renzo Piano wants to help Genoa rebuild, rock art in Western Australia is being preserved, and more.
DJ Paul Oakenfold set to become the first-ever artist to perform at the historic site in England.
Plus, a George Condo painting sells for $75,000, and Christopher Cardozo Fine Art donates Edward Curtis’s republication of The North American Indian to 12 tribal colleges.
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Dialectics of Entanglement: Do We Exist Together? revisits A.I.R.’s 1980 exhibition Dialectics of Isolation, important for its promotion of women artists of color at a time when the New York art world was painfully exclusive and discriminatory.