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.
The rapper posted an image miming an attack on one of Andy Warhol’s tomato soup cans, and as usual, his fans ate it up.
In a viral clip, 21-year-old activist Phoebe Plummer defended the protest and slammed the British government’s inaction on climate change.
A portrait of the bearded Dutch master was found under cardboard backing and glue on the reverse side of the 1885 work “Head of a Peasant Woman.”
In another action yesterday, five members of the group were arrested after they glued themselves to a landscape painting in Scotland.
Popular perceptions of van Gogh are often preoccupied with heart-wrenching accounts of mental illness, but Van Gogh: Self Portraits avoids speculative psychoanalytic readings of one tortured face after another.
The heirs of two Jewish collectors, one who sold the work to fund his escape from Germany, and another who had the artwork stolen by the Nazis, will receive financial restitution from the Christie’s sale.
An exhibition presents groundbreaking discoveries about van Gogh’s painting process and materials thanks to a years-long conservation and research project.
“Study for ‘Worn Out’” (1882) has never before been seen by the public.
Beyond Van Gogh is enchanting enough to capture the attention of kids for whom immobile art is very last century.
Jan Robert Leegte’s work demonstrates how today, as 150 years ago, low-res messages are meant to be experienced and enjoyed in the least amount of time.
“The Van Gogh Sisters” sheds light on Vincent van Gogh’s place within the family, including a complex relationship with his sisters.