Artists, art lovers, and employees expressed disbelief and outrage, saying the programs were ones that genuinely included the community.
Unlike Mutu’s Met commission, at the Legion of Honor, Mutu continues the reclamation processes into and throughout the museum.
The museum has 76 of Rivera’s works, and next summer, many will be on display when it hosts the show Diego Rivera’s America.
Dana King’s sculptures surround a plinth in San Francisco that formerly held a statue of Francis Scott Key, an anti-abolitionist.
The first Rainbow Flag, designed by artist and activist Gilbert Baker, was raised in 1978.
“You turn inward because you’re focused on this new life that’s housed inside of you,” said Kimia Ferdowsi Kline.
The 1,500-pound lintels from the ninth and 10th centuries hail from protected religious sanctuaries in northeastern Thailand.
Launched in March, the Guaranteed Income Pilot was set to provide recurring payments over six months to 130 San Franciscan artists.
WOMEN我們: From Her to Here features Asian diasporic LGBTQ+ artists from New York, the Bay Area, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
Each member of the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts cohort will receive $50,000 and additional funding for materials to realize their projects.
“A Spirit of Disruption” hopes to “archive a new history,” said curator Leila Weefur.
The Asian Art Museum shares with Hyperallergic some of the short films featured in its forthcoming exhibition “After Hope: Videos of Resistance.”