But the court ruled unanimously that Harvard was not legally obligated to return the photographs.
If art is regarded traditionally as an impermeable form that resists the effects of time, Rosen acknowledges and accepts their inevitable triumph.
In From Confucius to Christ, artists from around the world touch on notions of wisdom and insecurity in Confucianism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity.
The New Mexico photographer and Navajo Nation citizen has devoted years to surveying the environmental injustice against his people.
Guadalupe Rosales’s East of the River is an exhibition of memory, chance, and grief, all encased in nostalgia.
Peter Strickland’s latest fetish-fixated film imagines a community of artists who turn food and cooking into soundscapes.
Participants created artworks that will be exhibited at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky.
Marine archeologists made the findings while working on the Roman-era Antikythera shipwreck.
The relic was acquired by the Museum of the City of New York and included in the exhibition Analog City.
At a moment when the future of this country seems precarious and uncertain, A Movement in Every Direction demonstrates that Black Americans have been among this nation’s most stalwart heroes.
An exhibition at the Barbican in London asks: How do you make sense of war’s senseless destruction and loss of human life?
For both good and bad, first-time filmmaker Rebeca Huntt is “the lens, the subject, the authority” of Beba.