Herzog and de Meuron’s design for the Museum of the 20th Century in Berlin has been accused of poor energy efficiency and called a “structural nightmare.”
The stories of the Red Orchestra show the power of joy, creativity, and love in the fight against the compliance, fear, and silence upon which fascism still depends.
Binky the “art expert” showed us how to correctly hang a Piet Mondrian painting in an episode of Arthur more than two decades ago.
Despite the finding, Mondrian’s “New York City I” will continue to be displayed as it has always been shown: incorrectly.
Germany’s Barberini Museum is the latest institution hit by the burgeoning food-on-masterpieces trend of climate activism.
“What does it mean to arrive from a country with a fascist regime?” asks Russian dissident artist Victoria Lomasko.
Though roiled by antisemitism allegations, 738,000 people attended, a modest 17% decline from the previous, pre-pandemic edition.
This new kunsthaus in Potsdam shows modern and contemporary works of art from East Germany in what was once a terrace restaurant.
An open letter co-signed by 100 individuals and organizations says the festival’s advisory council has miscast any criticism of Israel as antisemitic.
The most fruitfully jarring artistic disruptions at documenta 15 unsettle their own settings, stealthily intervening in traditional German institutions or landmarks.
Dubbed “one of the worst fossil reconstructions in history,” the so-called “Magdeburg Unicorn” again making rounds on the internet.
A floating art project can’t reach Documenta because the Weser River is too low and museums in the UK shutter galleries to keep workers and collections cool.