The London Museum of Natural History agreed not to “discredit or damage” the reputation of Danish energy giant Ørsted, contracts show.
The loo in question is a former Victorian lavatory that could become one of the National Portrait Gallery’s new exhibition spaces.
It’s unclear whether the London institution will renew its contract with the oil and gas giant British Petroleum when it expires in 2023.
A new study making waves in the UK finds that people from low-income backgrounds are less likely to become artists — but that’s always been the case.
The Wellcome Collection closed the long-term exhibition Medicine Man for concerns of “racism, sexism, and ableism.”
Two climate activists from Just Stop Oil were found guilty of criminal damage after gluing themselves to the 18th-century frame at the Courtauld Gallery.
More than 40% of those surveyed agreed that their workplace was “designed poorly.”
Artists gathered for the launch of the new David Graeber Institute, which will oversee the scholar’s archive of unpublished texts and pursue projects around climate change, debt, labor, and war.
In a viral clip, 21-year-old activist Phoebe Plummer defended the protest and slammed the British government’s inaction on climate change.
A British tabloid slapped a wig on a head of lettuce and launched a contest to see who would last longer — Truss or the leafy vegetable. The lettuce prevailed.
The real target of Just Stop Oil’s tomato soup action wasn’t Van Gogh’s painting. It was our complacency.
The work, which is behind glass at London’s National Gallery, was part of Just Stop Oil’s latest protest action.