Works by María Magdalena Campos-Pons, Dyani White Hawk, Emily Sargent, and Hisako Hibi are among the 300 pieces joining the museum’s collection.
The union secured wage increases and other wins just a day before a planned strike deadline and amid an ongoing unfair labor practices complaint.
Citing “low salaries and lack of real career development,” workers say they will strike on November 8 if an agreement is not reached.
Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines, opening next month at the Brooklyn Museum, will feature nearly a thousand works by almost 100 artists.
A 21st-century institution cannot center Picasso’s legacy without also foregrounding the global forms, artists, and practices that remain omitted from the Euro-American canon of Cubist and Abstract art.
The male-dominated art establishment has always used Pablo Picasso’s “genius” to marginalize women. On the 50th anniversary of his death, this is the only show to challenge that.
It’s Pablo-matic is not a great exhibition, but it’s also not the catastrophe that some people have described.
After 17 years in the Brooklyn Museum’s parking lot, the statue is headed to the Midwest for restoration at the National Building Arts Center in Illinois.
“We’re not going away and we’re going to keep making ourselves visible,” the workers said while picketing a museum fundraising event for the second time.
The “Free Admission” campaign is advocating to make ticket pricing information more transparent to visitors, who may be confused or misled by institutions’ language.
Jimmy DeSana’s work remains transgressive, even by today’s standards.
The Brooklyn Children’s Museum and Brooklyn Museum, among others, continue to hold the remains or possible remains of Native Americans.