In her documentary Cow, Andrea Arnold avoids anthropomorphism, instead trying to present the world as her main character sees it.
Thalia Field’s poems collage scientific, historical, and philosophical sources to explore speciesism.
The Guggenheim Museum’s two days of talks for its “Culture and Its Discontents” event resembled, at its best points, a mediocre rendition of Kum ba yah.
After a Thai mogul was arrested for allegedly hunting in a wildlife sanctuary, artists started painting panther murals to keep the story in the public consciousness.
The works by Peng Yu and Sun Yuan, Huang Yong Ping, and Xu Bing were the focus of a petition that garnered more than 600,000 signatures in the past week.
The animal rights organization is calling on the museum to exclude two works from its upcoming survey of Chinese contemporary art.
A petition is calling for the removal of three works, including an installation of live lizards and insects and a video of a performance involving pit bulls running on treadmills, from the forthcoming Art and China After 1989.
For his project, artist Aboubakar Fofana dyed the coats of 54 sheep with indigo and brought them from Mali to the Greek capital.
MIAMI — Imagine a group of four-year-olds in a room with glass windows: Cleo, Zach, David, and Jany.
For a gallery with 12 horses and a line of visitors stretching out the door, Gavin Brown’s enterprise is exceptionally hushed.
The new Shigeru Ban–designed Aspen Art Museum will open with a 24-hour event this Saturday, but not everyone in town is happy.
This week’s Required Reading examines how copyright law impacts images by animals, art’s LGBT problem, a history of English, China’s political prisoners, against reviews and Frank Lloyd Wright’s dislike of intellectuals.