The International Art Fair for Prints and Editions will feature 80 dealers exhibiting an extraordinary roster of artists committed to the expressive medium of printmaking.
A building emblazoned with the President’s name has voted to de-Trumpify itself. It becomes the seventh to do that since 2016.
Plus, Sotheby’s Midas Touch sale brings in almost $4 million, and Thomas Jefferson’s notes sell at auction.
MECA offers a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art, a Master of Arts in Teaching, and a Salt Graduate Certificate in Documentary Studies.
As the controversial piece of art has found a permanent home, Parisians weigh in on the moral vacancy of Koons’ tribute to the Paris terror attacks, accusing it of clichéd American hubris.
Where the Future Came From is a symposium and exhibition focusing on the role of feminist artist-run activities in Chicago from the late 19th century to the present.
An exhibition at El Museo del Barrio brings us to the thorny side of profound themes like martyrdom and labor.
Experts are not convinced that the proposed extension to the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) would effectively quash financial wrongdoing in the industry.
Filmmaker Clément Cogitore has won the Prix Marcel Duchamp, painter Lynette Yiadom-Boakye has won the Carnegie Prize, and more.
Hundreds of LES residents voiced their opposition to the proposed luxury high-rises in the area mainly populated by low-income people of color.
In Donna Gottschalk’s photographs we’re not seeing LGBTQ history filtered or retold; we’re seeing it in the moment, from women who were there as it was unfolding.
The Smithsonian, Sotheby’s, and landmark institutions across NYC are under pressure to address their financial connections to the Saudi Arabian government in the wake of the suspected murder of Jamal Khashoggi.