“Let me reemphasize this point: the Toledo Museum of Art does not have a political stance,” director Adam Levine wrote, prompting criticism. But oppression is not a question of political ideology, it is factual.
Slated for the upcoming cover of TIME, the border surrounding the painting will include the names of 35 American Black men and women who have lost their lives due to police brutality and racist vigilantism.
An open letter by curators Natalia Viera and Patrick Jaojoco outlines a series of demands that would steer the city’s expense budget “away from the NYPD, and towards social and civic services and education programs.”
The genesis of the term “loot” in colonial India has racist origins. Now, after the US president called for the killing of those “looting,” its origins become increasingly significant.
This week, theaters across the nation began repurposing their spaces in support of protesters fighting anti-Black police violence. A few museums are joining. Will the rest of the art world step up?
The solution, innovated by software developer Noah Conk and a cohort of anonymous programmers, allows iPhone photographs to be published without revealing information about when and where they were taken.
LGBTQ Pride month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer art worker and asking them to reflect on what this moment means to them.
This week, artists reflect on quarantining from their studios in Canada, Arizona, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Italy.
Also, a new grant for cultural critics of color, SFMOMA is accused of censoring a former Black employee, and more.