In his latest exhibition, Belfast-born sculptor Tim Shaw explores the troubles of Northern Ireland, global terrorism, abuses of power, and artificial intelligence.
This week, artist studios in Germany, New York, North Carolina, and Sri Lanka.
Parallel to today’s protest at the RISD Museum, organizers from Decolonize This Place gathered at the Brooklyn Museum to decry stolen objects in the Brooklyn Museum’s collection.
Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt’s glittery assemblages point toward both his working-class Catholic upbringing in New Jersey and New York tenement life.
Rosten Woo hopes the bells will help create political pressure about air quality in West Oakland, which is circled by freeways and diesel trucks.
Students and faculty from the Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University held an action today to request a sculpture looted from the Kingdom of Benin be returned. The museum says they have begun conversations with the Nigerian government to return the bronze.
Three days after Hyperallergic published an article detailing the Whitney Museum’s connection to the ongoing migrant crisis at the US-Mexico border, more than 100 staffers at the Manhattan-based museum have signed a letter demanding that their employers respond to the article’s allegations.
“We are ready to find solutions with France,” Senegal’s culture minister recently said at a conference in Dakar. “But if 10,000 pieces are identified in the collections, we are asking for all 10,000.”
I am writing to contest Rijin Sahakian’s characterization of the artist-led organizations I helped to build from the ground up.
Two photographers document the lives of incarcerated men at Angola, a former slave plantation that is now the largest maximum-security prison farm in the US.
An introduction to six of the women who modeled for the masterpieces that earned Manet his canonical reputation.
Also, Indigenous artifacts are pulled from auction in Boston following protests, a famous stretch of Berlin Wall is saved from developers, and more.