Despite protests, artist and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama demolished Tirana’s historic National Theater this weekend, and has proposed to replace it with a €30 million renovation.
Three Humboldt penguins got a private tour of the museum, and it turns out they like Caravaggio.
Scientists say “The Scream” is fading due to human breath. With museums around the world closed, the painting is getting some much needed social distance.
The Women’s Center for Creative Work workshop will also discuss how self-publishing has contributed to social movements and “why that’s relevant with zine-making today.”
This week, Rhizome presents an earlier, satisfyingly bizarre film from one of the artists behind the recent Two Lizards sensation.
The exhibition showcases the work of 10 MassArt MFA candidates and is on view from May 19 to June 18 via Kunstmatrix.
Maggie Doherty’s The Equivalents follows the Radcliffe College Institute for Independent Study’s role in mid-century feminism, and explores the ways in which it fell short.