A Josef Albers screenprint, ceramics by Picasso, and contemporary Indigenous artworks are all going under the hammer
Some sectors thrived, like architecture, which added 670,000 jobs, but others lagged behind, Otis College’s new report finds.
After an early career as a minimalist, Villa’s turn toward cultural expression was influenced by his study of Oceanic and African art to fill in the lacuna of Filipino art in art historical narratives.
A suggested reading list from Red Planet Books and Comics highlighting Native American literary work.
Elliott Green seems to be espousing that landscapes are living forms governed by rules we cannot fathom — they appear to be welcoming us, but we might be wrong.
The Whitney and MoMA are the first two major art museums to stop enforcing masking and vaccination.
To displace the bronze statue would be to destabilize the very idea of nation and surrender the coveted allure of primacy in the Americas.
Pepx Romero’s performance was a response to multiple auctions of pre-Hispanic works over the last few years.
Toño Estrada’s personal archives paint a rare portrait of a brief and beautiful period of Mexican cultural creation.
Applications open tomorrow for the new pilot initiative, which will give a weekly stipend to selected artists for three years.
As Tanning took up midcentury painterly abstraction, key philosophical themes from her earlier phantasmal narrative paintings undergo transformations and reiterations.
Queen Rose Art House is newly alive in Tulsa’s historic Kendall Whittier neighborhood.