Between 1921 and 1948, Sachs taught a year-long graduate class at the Fogg Art Museum “that decisively shaped the development, character, and ethos of the American art museum.”
Jim Denomie’s paintings present an emotional response to the violence of white supremacy that emerged during the DAPL conflict.
Plus, Sotheby’s sells a “Mona Lisa” made by a follower of da Vinci, and the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum acquires a new work.
The new policy — which goes into effect just before the 2019 Venice Biennale — could add $56.8 million to the perennially flooded city’s budget.
A reflection on the tensions inherent to interpreting art and poetry in challenging political times.
The Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program is currently accepting applications for its 2019–2020 residency period. Applications are due Friday, February 15.
The unionized workers, who have been without a contract since 2017, say the gallery privileges upper management at the expense of other employees.
On April 8th, Criterion will launch a new streaming service featuring over 1,000 classic and contemporary art-house films from around the world.
Burn your angrily discarded figure drawings for warmth.
Smith’s Black Utopia LP forms an Afro-futurist collage of sound and language, rhapsodizing on the utopian possibilities of Black space travel and astrology.
Opening in March 2019, the Ford Foundation Gallery’s first three exhibitions will explore the theme “Utopian Imagination.”
Two photographers receive Carmignac Photojournalism Award to carry out a documentarian expedition of the Arctic, the Chinese galleries at the Philadelphia Museum of Art have reopened, and more.