After a group of British researchers claimed to synthesize the voice of Egyptian priest Nesyamun’s 3,000-year-old remains, it leads to questions about the ethics of Egyptology.
Tens of thousands of unique cultural items were severely damaged. The museum launched a fundraising campaign, and Mayor Bill de Blasio promised to secure temporary locations for tenants displaced by the fire.
This season of the Recording Artists podcast, hosted by Helen Molesworth, explores what it has meant to be a woman and artist through the lives of six iconic artists.
The exhibition covers the last 15 years of Zittel’s all-encompassing practice, where every material aspect of daily life is examined and her ethos for living guides all action. On view Jan 25-March 8.
With Justice for All — Shonibare’s contribution to Singapore Art Week — the artist represents the multiplicity of voices of a contemporary globalized society.
Artworks by the likes of John Baldessari and Carrie Mae Weems will be released in groups of 10 over a five-year period and sold to benefit a new scholarship endowment for the university’s School of Art.
MoMA’s screening series “Now We Think as We Fuck”: Queer Liberation to Activism argues for the inclusion of less respectable films in the queer canon.
Depictions of Living imagines itself as an act of protest, touching on both the microcosm of individual actions and the macrocosm of the Anthropocene.
Attiya Darwish was hit while covering protests at the Gaza Strip in 2018. He is the second Palestinian photojournalist to lose an eye from an Israeli military attack in the last three months.
The collection of wonderful photographs, now online, chronicles the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater from 1961 to 1994.