O’Grady’s rebellious spirit has roused the mainstream art world for close to 50 years, and her latest exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum is no exception.
A bright pink silicon menorah in the Jewish Museum, a pair of Hanukkah hymns from a medieval prayer book in the New York Public Library, and other gems.
In his meticulously posed photographs, Edmonds conjures new avenues for imaging relationships between Africa and its diasporas today.
The Brooklyn Museum exhibition pairs costume designs from the popular Netflix shows with related objects from its collection.
The artworks, which include significant pieces by Lucas Cranach the Elder and Francesco Botticini, are estimated to accrue $2.3 million to $3.5 million in total at Christie’s today, October 15.
Snuggle up (with a member of your household) on the museum’s steps and catch works by artists including Howardena Pindell, Jeffrey Gibson, and Adama Delphine Fawundu.
This essay is an account of truly learning to see what is and is not present in these objects.
Former and current workers have stepped forward to decry the behavior of executive leadership at the Brooklyn Museum, denouncing “the harm and daily mistreatment” of workers of color.
Both museums received Paycheck Protection Program loans in the millions.
Wiley shows us that a Black man can indeed take the place of Napoleon.
The new program allows people arrested for minor offenses, like shoplifting or painting graffiti, to avoid jail time and a court appearance by taking a two-hour course.
During his lifetime, Bacon wrote the museum that “It was a throw-out and it depresses me […] that it has years later found its way onto the art market and I would prefer if it were not exhibited.”