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Students and activists are demanding the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Museum abolish a crania collection that was collected by a racist physician in the 19th century.
The group Artists for Workers mimicked the visual language of the Guggenheim’s official website to pressure the museum “to improve material conditions for workers and build solidarity among artists and arts workers.”
With her recent book, Alice Procter shows us the things many museums hide, the parts of objects’ histories that aren’t warm and fuzzy (or flattering for the institutions that now hold them).
Part of a larger public art project, the late artist’s installation encourages Black women to be seen, heard, and to live, especially in the face of despair.
Wouter van der Veen, scientific director of the Institut van Gogh, noticed a striking resemblance between van Gogh’s “Tree Roots” (1890) and a postcard from Auvers-sur-Oise, where the painter took his life.
The young photographers in the Studio Museum’s Expanding the Walls residency will debut their new works in an online show coinciding with the program’s 20th anniversary.
The intersectional nature of Davis’s commentary on Black feminism, sexuality, and the distinction between sex and gender has aged incredibly well — much like the artist herself.
The museum is asking for help naming the newly arrived duck on Instagram, encouraging art-related suggestions.