The Rijksmuseum’s Vermeer exhibition made headlines, but across Europe, many institutions seem to be quietly inching back to their pre-pandemic peaks.
Archive as Memorial gathers oral histories, artifacts, art installations, and other documents of AAPI experiences during the pandemic.
The puzzling new graphic calls upon us to “respect each other’s choices,” including wearing a mask the wrong way.
Compared to self-identifying liberals, conservatives were more prone to change their views on COVID-19 vaccinations after they were shown ghastly images of the disease’s symptoms.
End of the Line captures five years of failed efforts to fix the city’s disastrously bad train infrastructure.
The plot of Maureen Fazendeiro and Miguel Gomes’s film moves backward in time, continually recontextualizing what at first looks like a simple situation.
A new report shows that many women and non-binary photographers are on the brink of quitting and highlights racial disparities in pay and benefits.
Some sectors thrived, like architecture, which added 670,000 jobs, but others lagged behind, Otis College’s new report finds.
The Whitney and MoMA are the first two major art museums to stop enforcing masking and vaccination.
While arts and cultural institutions regained some ground during 2021, they have not yet returned to 2019 levels.
Over 80 National Geographic photographers in dozens of countries documented the universality of grief and loss around the world.
Other major museums, like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, still require visitors to be masked indoors.