Artist Michael Rakowitz withdrew his participation, opposing the “toxic philanthropy” of Whitney vice chairman Warren Kanders.
The Morgan Library & Museum explores the intersection of drawing and technology with a talk by Rachel Federman.
John Berger was wrong! But we have the answers.
Hyperallergic to host the launch of Anemones, a new magazine that will cover stories of liberation and anti-colonialism in the United States, Palestine, and India.
The Rijksmuseum is celebrating the 350th anniversary of the artist’s death by exhibiting nearly 400 works by the Dutch painter. Here are our top selections from the show.
This weekend, On Air Fest comes to Brooklyn for three days of art, music, podcasts, readings, discussions and more.
On February 14, the veteran gallerist was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison.
Doğan was imprisoned for propaganda after she depicted a predominately Kurdish city destroyed by Turkish military forces in a digital painting.
With over 125 pieces on view, Half the Picture could have been refined, showing fewer works without compromising its curatorial punch.
Experience museum joy at Carnegie Museum of Art’s signature exhibition since 1896 with artist talks, creative drawing sessions, film screenings, and a steady beat of in-gallery activations.
Artist Katie Holten created the New York City Tree Alphabet, and soon will lead the planting of messages with the living typeface.