Three days after Hyperallergic published an article detailing the Whitney Museum’s connection to the ongoing migrant crisis at the US-Mexico border, more than 100 staffers at the Manhattan-based museum have signed a letter demanding that their employers respond to the article’s allegations.
Warren B. Kanders, a vice chairman at the Whitney Museum of American Art, purchased defense manufacturer “Safariland” in 2012 for $124 million.
David King and Jaime Raybin say they were berated by TSA at LaGuardia Airport about copies of Skull Microwave, a controversial book by political artist Marlos E’vans.
If we all have to remove paper products — including books — from our carry-on bags, will it lead to new scrutiny of what we’re reading?
Citizenfour director Laura Poitras has filed a lawsuit against the US federal government for “Kafkaesque harassment” she says she’s endured in airports and border crossings because of her work.
Are you an arts administrator with experience in any of “the arts, entertainment, motion picture, and television industries”? Has strip-mining the world for talent with 501(c)(3) impunity left you with an aching void where once resided a crystalline commitment to truth and beauty? Are you an American, and does your patriot’s sense of charity extend to providing free labor to the misunderstood gentle giant of our federal government, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)? Does the prospect of moving to Washington not provoke in you a physical sense of foreboding?