The Guggenheim Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Museum of Modern Art are among the many that have benefited from Kremlin-backed wealth.
Basildon’s new murals represent how artists are used in regeneration schemes the world over: socioeconomic cover-ups under the guise of opportunity.
Real estate developer Stonehenge is making NYC artists an offer that they hope cannot be refused: 20 rent-free luxury apartments leased for one year, in exchange for “commissioned work.”
The Artist Studio Affordability Project (ASAP) says city officials are helping the corporate behemoth steamroll dissent.
Members of BP or not BP? and other collectives staged the “Fossil Free Mischief Festival” in front and in the lobby of the RSC’s Stratford-upon-Avon theater.
A campus-wide fundraising initiative features the slogan “Arts Everywhere,” but art and art history students feel their needs are being systematically neglected.