Activists and UPenn students have released a series of additional demands regarding the abolition of the Morton Cranial Collection.
The new legislation, which must now be voted on in the Senate, orders the removal of all statues of “individuals who voluntarily served” the Confederacy from display in the Capitol building.
Dario Gambarin created a portrait of the Democratic presidential candidate in a field near Verona with “Jump & Fly, Biden 2020.” But why?
HKW reopens with an exhibition and digital discourse program exploring what it means to listen to the past, July 23–September 20, 2020.
Now streaming as part of JAPAN CUTS, Kana Yamada’s Life: Untitled features a wealth of skillfully written characters attuned to Japan’s contemporary social dysfunctions.
Cuttoli recruited artists like Picasso and Man Ray to design textiles for her workshops in Algeria and shop in Paris, bringing Modernism to a broader audience in the early 20th century.
Director Gero von Boehm discusses The Bad and the Beautiful, his new film about the “King of Kink.”