70 of New York City arts organizations have called upon the City’s government to convene a symposium on how to better serve the city’s immigrant community now under siege by ICE and the Trump administration.
New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts invites applications for its groundbreaking, one-year M.A. in Arts Politics.
The seeming inability of rigorously trained, highly educated professors to identify what should be an obvious example of abuse on the part of Avital Ronell signals a fatal flaw in academia.
Housed in a customized trailer, the traveling counterpart of the New Orleans Museum of Art challenges elitist narratives about who museums are for.
Politicians have feared that the bad-boy artist’s dramatic architecture would disrupt the historic scenery that once inspired the work of Norway’s most-famous painter, Edvard Munch.
An exhibition at the Getty Research Institute illustrates the myriad ways that contemporary artists have pushed the boundaries and definitions of the book.
Life in My Pocket is a simulacrum of Diamond Stingily’s childhood: chain-link fences, a weathered basketball hoop, and looped telephone cords — perfect for jumping rope.
In the wake of last year’s Pacific Standard Time LA/LA, Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay at the Whitney Museum continues Latinx art’s entry into New York City’s most iconic arts institutions.
A retrospective at the Guggenheim presents Giacometti as one of art history’s great vanishers of women.