Protesters demanded that the New York City institution sever ties with donors financially connected to Israel.
Artists and activists from various groups chanted, “Netanyahu, what do you say? How many kids did you kill today?”
A founding member of Turkish contemporary art space SALT, Demir brings to NYUAD her training in non-Western modernism and commitment to global contemporary art and cultural production.
Engage in experimental and intersectional research-based art-making at UF’s School of Art + Art History.
This week, a giant sand maze in Miami, how to free yourself from big tech, Eric Adams’s bad luck streak, the fringe benefits of near-sightedness, and more.
Comprising thousands of pieces of Favrile glass, the 20-foot installation shares a common language with the era’s Impressionist paintings.
While painting on canvas often slows life right down, paper works were frequently the stuff of sketchbooks, not necessarily labored over in some studio.
Portraits by Caledonia Curry (aka Swoon) reveal the connectedness of bodies, psychological landscapes, landforms, and built environments.
While the world is burning outside the ephemeral veneer of this week, artists at NADA, Untitled, and Ink Miami explore intimacy, femininity, and Latinidad.
Josiah McElheny’s latest sculptures reject traditionally idealized forms in favor of the imperfect.
An exhibition of Barbara Nessim’s drawings contextualizes the artist’s graphic portraiture of women against the backdrop of shifting gender roles and equity in the US.
The nonprofit, based out of the University of Toronto, asked a group of Arab and Muslim artists for a last-minute “sensitivity review” of their exhibition.