Upon their first return to the museum after its six-month closure, Guggenheim members were welcomed by a digital screen reading pro-union messages.
I’ve always struggled with anxiety and depression, but lately they’ve been exacerbated by compounding global crises.
Pantone’s latest shade, “Period,” is perfect for smearing as a warning above the threshold to let visitors know — Old Testament-style — to pass this house over.
Louis Shadwick, a PhD candidate at the Courtauld Institute in London, says the American modernist reproduced the works from a how-to arts magazine when he was a teenager.
The joint program provides students with funded opportunities to earn master’s degrees in art history and museum studies, as well as PhDs in art history.
For nearly two decades, the Clemente Center has been divided about control over the building’s 42 subsidized artist studios, four theaters, and two galleries.
Tanner avoided the cameras for much of his life, but a new documentary on Black American creatives who moved to France finds candid home movie footage of him.
Re-issued on the 125th anniversary of his birth, Synergetic Stew is a document of a magical life of heady science matched only by Fuller’s penchant for “light, wild things.”
Relocating from its two locations in Harlem and the South Bronx, the arts nonprofit will soon open its doors in Bed-Stuy.
Wings of Change, the forthcoming New York debut of Billie Zangewa, will bring together a selection of the artist’s tender silk collages, which revel in Black domestic intimacy.
At the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, a new “living archive” of stories, objects, and photographs expands our understanding of how we might reconfigure our relationship to the present.
The artist-activist groups Artists for Workers and the Illuminator organized the projections in solidarity with the Guggenheim’s unionized workers and workers of Guggenheim Abu Dhabi.