Seven years after Susanne Slavick’s exhibition Unloaded, the curator continues to update a Facebook page dedicated to artworks and texts that examine the impact and proliferation of firearms.
Guadalupe Rosales’s East of the River is an exhibition of memory, chance, and grief, all encased in nostalgia.
Hilton Als’s collection of materials, art, and ephemera isn’t meant to elucidate Morrison’s work but ponder the novelist’s impact on American culture.
We rounded up the best art-related questions on the iconic platform, which is shutting down permanently next month.
The Vatican Apostolic Library says it experiences an average of 100 cyber threats every month since it started its digitization project in 2012.
The University of Pennsylvania Libraries launched its publicly accessible archives of renowned contralto and Civil Rights activist Marian Anderson.
Highlights from the collection include Isamu Noguchi’s set drawings for Seraphic Dialogue and an extensive photograph collection of Graham’s canon.
The initiative has already digitized 80,000 images, categorized and made searchable to the public.
The New York Botanical Garden is home to the world’s second-largest herbarium, a vital archive in an era of vanishing botanical collections.
This week, the New York Public Library announced the release of over 180,000 public domain images available in high resolution.
It isn’t every day that one of the world’s biggest cultural institutions refuses to host a massive digital archive of great historical significance.
Last week, the Bodleian Libraries at the University of Oxford launched an online portal to over 115,000 open-license images from their collections.