The Sackler family founded Rhodes Pharma in 2007, just months after pleading guilty to criminal charges that their family company, Purdue Pharma, had mismarketed OxyContin.
The 15 films nominated for the Academy Awards tackle racism, aging, parenthood, and more.
Obscuring his identity with motorized toys and raw meat, David Henry Brown “Nobody” Jr. seeks to liberate himself from the ways capitalism tends to dehumanize us.
Designer Nicholas Rougeux created an interactive version of one of the first multicolor books, which turned Euclid’s pivotal geometric ideas into visual diagrams
The US government attorney supports 18-month sentences and fines for the accused, but in many ways the damage is done, casting both real and fake Native American artworks into doubt.
As Annica Cuppetelli’s research has revealed, contemporary women are still routinely subjected to garment-based forms of discrimination.
This week, artist studios in Barbados, California, Connecticut, and Illinois.
Like her massive wall reliefs, Bontecou’s works on paper evoke the world as fragile, teetering on the brink of total calamity.
Expansive exhibition features works by major artists, including student exercises, design objects, photographs, textiles, typography, paintings, and archival materials.
Valley Girl Redefined aims to challenge that very limited depiction of women from “the Valley.”
Also, the Lagos State Government has requested the British Museum return the first item ever stolen from Nigeria under colonialism, the German government will direct over $2 million to research colonial-era artifacts, and more.