The Whitney, the Rubin, and many others shuttered or delayed their openings and heavy rains flooded the Noguchi Museum basement.
The Sicilian Archaeological Park of Segesta and the church of San Benedetto il Moro are among the landmarks impacted by fires in the Mediterranean.
Activists smeared red paint on “The Artist’s Garden at Giverny” (1900) at the Nationalmuseum, warning that landscapes like the one depicted will “soon be a thing of the past.”
A study found that people who viewed climate data in the form of an artwork were less likely to lean on their preconceived notions.
The move comes amid worrying news of the impact of the floods on Italy’s cultural heritage, particularly in the hard-hit Emilia-Romagna region.
Pam Longobardi’s new book Ocean Gleaning features her plastic-based artworks as well as logs of ocean waste sourced by 75 contributors.
Angela Manno applies her knowledge of Byzantine iconography to memorialize the fauna and flora whose days are threatened or already past.
How do we consider land-inspired art in an age when huge swaths of our shared world are being clear cut, mined, drilled, and desertified?
A new study posits that rising smog levels in 19th-century London and Paris likely played a role in blurring the lines of realism.
It’s unclear whether the London institution will renew its contract with the oil and gas giant British Petroleum when it expires in 2023.
Lisa Ericson renders her real-world subjects beautifully, but the situations in which we find them are uncanny, menacing, and unexpected.
MoMA’s Glenn Lowry, the Brooklyn Museum’s Anne Pasternak, and 90 others signed a statement condemning recent actions targeting protected artworks.