Over 100 protesters showed up to campaign for the rights of outsourced security staff.
The unionized workers, who have been without a contract since 2017, say the gallery privileges upper management at the expense of other employees.
The Artist Studio Affordability Project (ASAP) says city officials are helping the corporate behemoth steamroll dissent.
The Louvre, Centre Pompidou, Grand Palais, Musée d’Orsay, Orangerie, Palais de Tokyo, and Jeu de Paume are boarding up ahead of demonstration on December 8. The Eiffel Tower is, too.
After Whitney Museum director Adam Weinberg published a letter to the public asserting the museum, “cannot right all the ills of an unjust world,” Decolonize This Place organized a December 9 protest in solidarity with Whitney staffers.
Local 30 union members gathered at the entrance of MoMA PS1 in Queens after “strained” contract renegotiations. Workers say they are paid significantly less than their counterparts at MoMA in Manhattan.
From Nope to Hope: Art vs Arms, Oil, and Injustice displays the work of artists who protested the London Design Museum’s relationship with arms dealer Leonardo.
Activist organization “Goldsmiths Cleaners” obstructed the opening of the new Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art to demand improved contracts for cleaners
How do we analyze the frenetic outbursts at Wednesday’s Congressional hearings through the lens of aesthetic protest.
After speaking on AlJazeera, Shahidul Alam was arrested under section 57 of the International Communication and Technology Act for reputedly spreading anti-government propaganda.
Artists went to the Design Museum to retrieve their works after the museum released a statement that angered exhibiting artists. The protests were sparked when the public institution hosted a private event organized by arms-trading company Leonardo
Many of the artists plan to attend the removal of their work by the museum this week.