The killing happened amid controversial trials of suspected accomplices in the deadly attack on Charlie Hebdo’s Paris headquarters in 2015.
The Pérez Art Museum Miami says it has a responsibility to remain nonpartisan, per official guidelines on election advocacy released by the American Alliance of Museums.
Not Without My Ghosts demonstrates the way mediumistic art practices unsettle the narratives of Modernism, specifically in relation to automatism and the development of abstraction.
The act followed a weekend of protests for Indigenous People’s Day, in which some demonstrators chained themselves to the base of the monument.
A group of 23 former board and committee members is demanding a formal investigation into what it calls the “hasty and opaque deaccession” of three paintings from the museum’s collection.
The garden is a collaboration between performance artist Paige Emery and Echo Park Rise Up, an autonomous collective of unhoused people living at Echo Park Lake.
Enjoy a sneak peek of Perfidia, a new book from Sky Hopinka, which examines collective memory and the everyday impacts of colonial violence upon Indigenous peoples.
Chang meditates on our fears in Milk Debt, and Cortez and Lee collaborate on the new exhibition Becoming Atmosphere.
Writer/director Aaron Sorkin proves an ill fit to write and direct The Trial of the Chicago 7.
Dolly Parton: Here I Am is a winning portrait of the beloved singer.
This week, artists reflect on quarantining from their studios in Berkeley, Brooklyn, Santa Barbara, and Highland Park, Michigan.
The film version of Heidi Schreck’s What the Constitution Means to Me has all the stage show’s strengths — and flaws.