Also, controversy erupted after a Tiffany’s ad featured a Basquiat painting, and more.
Also, a pro-Palestinian artwork was temporarily censored by the University of Manchester, and more.
Also, a Kusama sculpture was swept into the sea by a typhoon, and more.
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Also, an impromptu performance at MoMA PS1 challenged the museum’s representation of Latinx women, and more.
Also, protesters demanded the resignation of the Museum of Chinese in America’s director, and more.
Also, activists accuse the Museum of Chinese in America of contributing to gentrification of New York’s Chinatown, and more.
Also, artist-activists from Extinction Rebellion were arrested at a protest against media corruption, and more.
Also, philanthropist MacKenzie Scott will distribute $2.7 billion to 286 organizations, and more.
Also, artists are raising funds to benefit a Bethlehem arts center raided by Israeli soldiers, and more.
Also, over 16,000 artists voiced solidarity with Palestine in a “Letter Against Apartheid,” and more.
Also, dozens of artists demanded the release of dissident Cuban artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara, and more.