A group of 15 protesters occupied El Museo’s galleries to read out the Mirror Manifesto, an open letter that Latinx activists released in April in an attempt to steer the museum back toward its roots as a community-based institution.
When the beat poet looked through Hank O’Neal’s photographs of the pride march, he took the chance to narrate history
Around 90 workers are organizing for better wages and benefits. “It’s about transparency,” one worker said. “We have no autonomy.”
In her new performance lecture title “Physical Tactics for Digital Colonialism,” Allahyari explores what it means for data to be colonized.
The salon-style biennial, featuring over 600 women and non-binary artists, is neither hierarchical nor overly precious.
Winners of the prizes will receive a cash prize and be invited to attend the symposium in Venice, Italy. All submissions are due by July 30, 2019.
Dozens of protesters blocked entry to the gallery for guests of the ceremony, linking arms and chaining themselves to the gallery gates. Guests were forced to climb over the wall with the assistance of security in order to enter the gallery.
Los Angeles’s A Right to Defiance festival will feature performances, panels, and workshops that refute the notion that punk rock is a straight White man’s genre.
Organized by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the 18th annual River to River Festival is Downtown New York City’s completely free summer arts festival.
Artists in postcolonial Casablanca created a specifically Moroccan form of Modernism, merging the influences of Pop art and Hard-edge painting with the rich tradition of abstraction in Berber craft and architecture.
What happens when an artist’s mythologized life distracts from his work?
LGBTQ Pride Month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer artist and letting them speak for themselves.