The painting is the first artwork to be allocated to multiple museums under a British law.
In Charlottesville: The True Alt-Right, creator “Shaun” lays out a recreation of the deadly 2017 event in Virginia with a precision only possible through social media documentation.
Amy Greenspon received what she describes as threats from colleagues in the art world after announcing an exhibition featuring the alleged white supremacist artist in her gallery’s fall lineup.
In a remarkable demonstration of how to inflame public sentiment and paint one’s own organization as a vulgar and racist political group, the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has unveiled a billboard in support of the campaign to have Britain exit the European Union that visually references Nazi propaganda.
At the end of World War II, French soldiers confiscated a curious handwritten book from Nazi leader Hermann Göring. It listed every artwork Göring claimed to own.
“When I looked at those photographs, something broke,” critic Susan Sontag once wrote, recalling the day in July 1945 she first saw pictures of Nazi concentration camps.
Should countries set a deadline for restitution claims brought by descendants of Holocaust victims whose art was looted by the Nazis?
LONDON — Anselm Kiefer’s retrospective comes at an odd cultural moment.
It turns out the baby the Nazis chose as the ultimate representation of the Aryan race was Jewish.
The Victoria and Albert Museum published a remarkable document online today: the Nazis’ inventory of “degenerate art” (entartete Kunst).