Amanda Schmitt’s lawyer calls the dismissal of her case earlier this year a misapplication of the law, pleading under New York City Human Rights Law.
Adapting scanners used to analyze the Mona Lisa, a Canadian tech company is entering the art market with a crucial blockchain partnership.
Through its gathering of alternative spaces and roving exhibitions, Other Places Art Fair offers insight into how artists adapt to new conditions, whether it be by flat file, pool, or truck.
An ambiguity between adaptation and transformation hangs over this large exhibition.
Reportedly, the National Portrait Gallery’s director told Julian Raven the painting was “too political,” “too big,” and “no good.”
MICA Grad Show 2019 showcases the culminating work of more than 150 of MICA’s graduate students. Various shows are on view throughout Baltimore until July 26.
In her new book, The Love of Painting: Genealogy of a Success Medium, critic Isabelle Graw ruminates on how painting remains omnipresent within the contemporary capitalist system and digital economy.
The show is curated by Maya Allison and is made up of 5 installations, including one major new commission. On view until June 1, 2019.
The festival will feature live performances, film workshops, and panels celebrating a variety of music communities.
The Mathieu Malouf exhibition at Jenny’s has also been perceived as antisemitic, targeting the artist Luke Turner.
A series of letters addressed to the deceased choreographer, who is having an exhibition at the New York Public Library.
On Resentment, a film series opening at BAM on March 20, probes the question: “How does resentment channel our attentions and efforts, and to what ends?”