The new Museu de l’Art Prohibit will house a collection of more than 200 artworks that have been removed, banned, or denounced.
Morbid new findings such as a “skull cup” suggest Neolithic societies in Spain repurposed the bones of the dead to create functional objects.
The region’s archaeological history has been relatively understudied compared to other parts of Southern Europe.
The suppression of films, plays, and other content expressing LGBTQ+ and feminist views in recent months has begun to raise the ghosts of Spain’s fascist past.
The stunningly preserved Ancient Roman mosaic floor was found at the Huerta de Otero site in the city of Mérida.
The Guggenheim Bilbao’s retrospective of the rebellious 20th-century Viennese artist features over 120 works, but leaves us wanting more.
The stone object “materializes the symbolic association between violence, weapons, and masculinity,” said the lead archaeologist.
In an open letter, European institutional leaders defend Manuel Borja-Villel, who has faced right-wing attacks for his progressive programming.
Collaboration in Marcelle’s work pursues ambiguity and disorder in order to destabilize hierarchies of race and class.
The investigation represents the first step of a process to return the works to families and descendants of those who originally owned them.
Motion lionizes the personal automobile as an objet d’art of unparalleled cultural influence while minimizing its negative effects. Oh, and it’s sponsored by Volkswagen and Cadillac.
The discovery confirms that it’s not the length of the history that matters, so much as its breadth.