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It’s in the quaint, quirky artworks that TEFAF becomes much more than a bazaar for the decorative.
Pacifico Silano has accused the mayor and staff of a South Florida beach town of censoring his queer-themed exhibition and canceled his show in protest.
A story of an artist appropriating, without consent, the work of other artists and what happened next.
The public project, organized by the Columbia Journalism Review, “aims to expose the dangers of misinformation and educate citizens on how to recognize false news, a timely message as the midterm elections approach.”
BAMcinématek presents Women at Work: The Domestic is Not Free, highlighting the often invisible space of women’s work.
Los Angeles artists perform in anticipation of next week’s elections, and, if we’re lucky, there may be a special appearance by Pigasus, a 145-pound pig.
On Thursday, Pratt Manhattan Gallery will present a talk in conjunction with their current exhibition, John Ashbery: The Construction of Fiction.
Join the Conversation. Application deadline is January 7, 2019.
The artists and activists behind the People’s Cultural Plan offer actionable steps to precede the City’s Immigration Summit for Cultural Organizations.
A major exhibition on view at the Barnes Foundation presents a chance to understand the qualities that made Morisot’s success possible.
A Space of Their Own aims to compile the most comprehensive resource to date for information on female artists active in the United States and Europe during this time.