The curator of an exhibition on queer art, which was subsequently shut down, is being investigated by the senate for harming children with art.
On Black Friday, textile artist and activist Carole Frances Lung will examine unseen networks of labor and capital in the garment industry.
A Kerry James Marshall work originally donated to a museum’s benefit auction sold at Christie’s for a record-setting price.
History is never objective and our relationship to the narrative is often deeply personal.
The Museum of the Bible has the potential to reach a much greater audience than any individual scholar and there is real concern that it will selectively use scholarship to promote an evangelical Protestant view of the Bible and religion.
Jessica Vaughn’s show of restrained conceptual works subtly evokes the experiential dimension of mass-produced objects.
The mobile app WhatTheFont, recently revamped with machine learning, claims to correctly identify typefaces encountered IRL 90% of the time.
Relative Values: The Cost of Art in the Northern Renaissance at the Metropolitan Museum of Art uses the cost of a cow to consider the worth of 16th-century objects.
The world is full of secrets and I’m trying to decode them one by one.
This week, Tom of Finland jewelry, TJ Clark on the art of the Russian Revolution, artist Rosemarie Koczy may have been lying about a past in Nazi concentration camps, a war of words over Boyle Heights, a manicure with pimples, and more.
A pioneer of electronic sculptural art, Juan Downey made a splash in 1960s and ’70s New York when he rigorously critiqued Eurocentric views of Latin American identity.
Four new albums go from a bland, booming pastiche of rock noises to questioning notions of coupledom and the possibility of love.