Earlier this month, a New York State Supreme Court judge dismissed Amanda Schmitt’s lawsuit against Knight Landesman, co-owner and former publisher of Artforum magazine.
As we prepare for the challenges awaiting us in 2019, we are excited to announce that we are growing our editorial & publishing teams with six new positions.
In a letter sent this afternoon, the organization urged, “We invite you to use your exceptional status as a worker who can claim both the freedom to dissent and the right to be paid to withhold your labor in solidarity with Whitney staff who cannot.”
The museum is now offering unrestricted access to nearly half of its collection. As an added bonus, metadata for more than 61,000 works is also available without restriction.
Acting on a campaign promise to cut back on public spending, Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, has created an umbrella Ministry of Citizenship which now covers sports, communications, social policy, and culture, all in one.
Join us for an evening of readings, music, and more to celebrate the re-launch of Degree Critical, the online journal published by MFA Art Writing at SVA.
More than a response to contemporary political anxieties, the organizers were inspired by the Buddhist notion of the scream as a transformative act to achieve enlightenment and compassion.
Following the feminist and civil rights movements, Hollywood gradually began employing women as movie directors, though they still faced institutionalized sexism.
The Getty Conservation Institute and the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities have completed a nearly decade-long restoration project of the 3,000-year-old tomb.
A new, annual professional development experience welcoming artists and arts professionals at all stages in their careers.
Tara Donovan’s art is not a metaphor, it is not about identity, and it is not historical. So what is it?
Adam Linder stresses the labor of dance whenever he offers up his “choreographic services” to museums.