“Our bodies are not that cheap,” said one Iraqi artist who signed an open letter to the biennale’s curators.
The Ethnological Museum and Museum of Asian Art were not included in the Forum’s grand inauguration in July, but instead, quietly opened in September.
A recent discovery marks the earliest known evidence of the production of animal-based clothing.
Two museums, one in Berlin, Maryland, and another in Aberdeen, Washington, are both self-funded women-led projects.
The Humboldt Forum thinks it can genuinely pursue and cultivate “peaceful dialogue between cultures” from a position of global power. I’m not so sure.
At the core of Yael Bartana: Redemption Now is the commissioned video work “Malka Germania,” which the artist produced at historically charged locations across Berlin.
Yayoi Kusama: A Retrospective — A Bouquet of Love I Saw in the Universe and Hella Jongerius: Woven Cosmos are on view through August 15.
The Edo Museum of West African Art in Benin City is being considered as a future home for the returned artifacts.
A comic artist speaks to artists across the world to see how they — and their practices — have been holding up.
The protesters called to redirect government funding of the Humboldt Forum towards cultural decolonization initiatives.
The museum rolled its Trump lookalike off the premises in a dumpster.
A look back at all the questions, contradictions, omissions, and elisions of last year’s bauhaus imaginista exhibition reveals that it was a show about contemporary Germany as a country as much as it is about whatever we are calling “the Bauhaus.”