Despite the deluge of online memes, reactions on the ground were mostly positive, but some think the work lacks context.
A string of recent mural removals raises important questions about how public artworks are protected and what recourse, if any, exists for artists in the event of their destruction.
The sculptural tribute was installed in a Boston park, the city where the couple first met.
Nine contemporary artists have taken over vacant advertising spaces at the aesthetically beleaguered Port Authority.
Nina Chanel Abney and Jacolby Satterwhite’s works for David Geffen Hall remember the vibrant history of the neighborhood.
Some members of Minneapolis’s Native community did not think Inkpa Mani was the right choice for a $400,000 public art commission meant to honor the Dakota People.
The initiative raises questions about whether the city’s open call devalues art.
The Ent Center for the Arts’s program Art WithOut Limits pops up in unexpected spaces.
Gaines’s sculpture “Roots,” encompassing seven sweetgum trees that were once native to the region, engages with the nation’s history of colonization and enslavement.
Artists Dahlia Elsayed and Saya Woolfalk are the first to be included in Art at Amtrak, a rotating series of site-specific installations in the subterranean Midtown station.
In a new six-month-long citywide arts initiative, 18 site-specific artworks are being installed throughout 28 parks in San Diego.
Does public artwork left in ruin impact community mental health?