Two recent investigations of “Salvator Mundi,” including one conducted by the Louvre, now offer new avenues for skepticism.
For some photographers, they became their own muse, as self-portraits became a coping mechanism to process emotions during the prolonged quarantine.
The stunning site is planned to open at the tip of Norway’s Andoya Island, about 186 miles north of the Arctic circle, in 2022.
Viewing Parks’s photographs in 2021 offers stark, graceful reminders of the ongoing fight for civil rights.
Anthology Film Archives delves into the oft-misunderstood political philosophy in a new online screening series.
The 2021 Arnold Newman Lecture is free with registration and will take place virtually on February 17 at 12pm EST.
Real estate developer Stonehenge is making NYC artists an offer that they hope cannot be refused: 20 rent-free luxury apartments leased for one year, in exchange for “commissioned work.”
Theo Anthony unpacks the fraught history that has brought us the body camera in his documentary All Light, Everywhere, which recently premiered at Sundance.
In Long Beach, arts institutions commissioned mail art by more than 80 South Bay artists and illustrators.
Jasmin Hernandez, author of We Are Here: Visionaries of Color Transforming the Art World, says her work is all about collective effort.
The activist group renewed its calls for Black’s resignation from the MoMA board and shared that it canceled the deal after realizing the art publisher is owned by Black.
Here are some important titles you should seek out in the Criterion Channel’s Afrofuturism series.