Staff reportedly received online threats over the museum’s “safe space” time slot for visitors of color during its This Is Colonial exhibition workshop.
Kaleidoscope of (Hi)stories surveys Ukrainian artists from 1912–2023, providing critical historical context amongst the disinformation circulating about Ukraine and Russia’s war against it.
A visitor to the Gemäldegalerie today noticed “a leaky ceiling” and one of the Dutch painter’s canvases protected by a plastic sheet.
In Berlin, where many artists settled after the protests that shook Turkey a decade ago, an exhibition grapples with the political repression and exile that followed.
The poetic history of melons, odes to Arabic calligraphy, and a dystopian badminton court were among the highlights across 55 galleries.
It was long assumed the trace amounts of proteins found in paintings were due to contamination, but a new study suggests the use of egg was deliberate.
Hamburg’s Antisemitism Commissioner disparaged photographer Adam Broomberg for his support of the BDS movement.
At the request of 2023 grantee Hito Steyerl, this year’s award will be replaced with a panel about antisemitism and racism.
Can anyone truly heal from a traumatic experience?
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.