Grappling with the politics of American mythology, Clark constructs objects that are as critical as they are riveting and insightful.
In 1715, the colossal painting was trimmed from all four sides, and the removed pieces were later lost.
The withdrawal prompted negotiations for the potential repatriation of the Coptic Bible and horn beakers.
Christopher Makoto Yogi’s beautiful, contemplative I Was a Simple Man merges the past and present of both one character and his environment.
Part of the John Michael Kohler Art Center, the new institution celebrates the ingenuity of a long undervalued form of art making.
There is a dissonance between institutional support for public programs for older adults and a lack of recognition of ageism within the museum workplace.
Also, philanthropist MacKenzie Scott will distribute $2.7 billion to 286 organizations, and more.
Set in Miami’s Little Haiti, Edson Jean’s feature debut follows a nurse on the verge of a breakdown.
The lively opening of Shtetl Gallery signals shifting perceptions around Hasidic art in the local community.
Tompkins unflinchingly looks at how female bodies are displayed, disciplined, and offered up to men.
Particularly well incorporated into the city’s everyday, the biennial’s latest edition attempts to grapple with Liverpool’s colonial past.
This week, the American Institute of Graphic Arts announced the winners from its 2020 book cover competition.