We are giving away two free tickets, roundtrip airfare, and hotel for three nights to attend the members-only opening preview on May 25th. Enter below.
Three Cooper Union alumni and three critics, including Hyperallergic Weekend editor John Yau, “discuss the state and shape of contemporary painting.”
The museum wants to prevent the David from leaving Canada — but it may face a bidding war with other Canadian museums.
The monument to J. Marion Sims will eventually be installed, along with a display adding historical context, near his grave in Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery.
The city where I grew up, Culiacán, is home to three generations of drug lords — and a peculiar outdoor garden filled with contemporary art.
The protest, organized by Independent Workers Union of Great Britain, targeted financial firm Ernst & Young, a major sponsor of shows at Tate.
Is Gober taking stock and summing up his life at his latest exhibition at Matthew Marks? If so, he sure is breaking new ground while at it.
In honor of Tax Day, we asked a black cartoonist to design his own tax form.
From one-day workshops to semester-long courses, take the opportunity to immerse yourself and be inspired.
Erased from history books, the stories and roles of women in slave revolts will now be told in vivid form by Rebecca Hall.
Chiura Obata’s stirring paintings invite us to consider the representation of persecution and distress from the point of view of an immigrant in the early 20th century.
Being congratulated and told your work is “great” just makes it worse!