Richard Kraft has classified Trump’s daily actions “in the fashion of a soccer referee,” assigning yellow and red cards to the President’s conduct.
In a protest performance on Monday, activists collapsed at the foot of “Raft of the Medusa” to call attention to museum sponsor Total’s climate change complicity.
On Saturday, members of the group PAIN Sackler and other organizations gathered at the Temple of Dendur to decry the Metropolitan Museum’s association with the Sackler family’s painkiller fortune.
The National Gallery of Victoria will no longer work with Wilson Security, though it claims recent protests and petitions did not drive the decision.
On Wednesday, despite a snowstorm, students from the Courtauld Institute and other London art schools took part in a national strike organized by the University and College Union.
After a judge halted the sale of works from the museum’s collection, nearly a dozen protesters gathered in front of Sotheby’s to demand the return of the deaccessioned pieces.
An alliance of activists from Los Angeles and New York highlighted the role of the artist and her dealer, Gavin Brown, in artwashing the gentrification of working-class neighborhoods.
Rheinmetall, a Düsseldorf-based multinational defense company, is one of the sponsors of a sprawling exhibition of German contemporary art that recently opened in Beijing.
Art the Arms Fair, a pop-up exhibition in East London, runs concurrently with the massive Defence and Security Equipment International fair happening nearby.
At Hunter East Harlem Gallery, Jason Lazarus demonstrates how our political needs persist over time.
Almost 200 recordings of international protests are now archived in an online sound map that spans over two decades.
Last night outside Trump Tower, Jeffrey Beebe’s inflatable sculpture Trumpy the Rat made its debut and thousands of New Yorkers gathered to protest the president during his first visit home since taking office.