Nicholas Galanin and Merritt Johnson asked the federally funded museum to remove their sculpture, citing the US’s support of Israel’s attacks on Gaza.
The museum said it would reevaulate its bag policy after a visitor with a disability was not allowed to wear their double-shoulder bag, which had medical supplies.
Peruvian artist Ana Sofía Casaverde visited the National Gallery of Art to see Monet’s “Woman With a Parasol,” an artwork she painstakingly copied with a needle.
Timothy Martin and Joanna Smith face penalties of up to $250,000 in fines and five years in prison for smearing paint on the plexiglass case protecting the sculpture.
Two activists smeared the sculpture’s case and pedestal with red and black paint.
The initiative is funded by four of the country’s largest grantmakers.
“Untitled” (1961) by George Morrison is the first work by a Native American artist to join the museum’s Abstract Expressionist collection.
“Grotesque Head of an Old Woman,” recently acquired by the National Gallery of Art, is one of several studies by Leonardo exploring exaggerated facial expression.
Often, there is a disconnect between the museum world and Roma representation. One exhibition at the National Gallery of Art proves that it doesn’t have to be this way.
In a viral clip, 21-year-old activist Phoebe Plummer defended the protest and slammed the British government’s inaction on climate change.
The National Gallery of Art discovered that a student or associate painted the famous work.
During the pandemic, researchers at the National Gallery of Art found out some interesting things when they scanned the Dutch artist’s 17th-century paintings.