It’s a blow to both the art and film worlds that there will be no more work from this tireless artist.
After a decade of judicial stalls, the $450 million case against one of the nation’s largest for-profit art schools must either settle or go to trial.
Climax is something of a feature-length DJ mix, with Noé behind the decks.
REDCAT debuts I Fly! or How to Keep the Devil Down in the Hole, a new production staged by 13 core members of the Los Angeles Poverty Department’s troupe.
This fierce new play examines what happens when the unspoken and unspeakable come head to head. Now playing through May 5, 2019.
Alam will speak at the International Center of Photography as a part of ICP’s Infinity Awards programming.
Richie Mehta’s Delhi Crime uses taut cinematography to distract from its propagandistic storyline.
Depending on who you ask, the controversial rule change will either censor vast swaths of artists or provide new avenues for remuneration and legal support.
Artists and designers in the six-month residency program receive studio space and a stipend of $15,000. Applications are due April 18, for the August 2019–January 2020 session.
An exhibition at the Getty Center serves to rectify a century of oversight by highlighting Rejlander’s many innovations.
Community control of cultural institutions, which would replace board members, could reshape cultural life in the United States.
Tessa Hulls traces out the racist foundations that still haunt us in a timeline stretching back to the 1500s.