- Data Covid-19 USA — Across three cities on bus shelters and a giant billboard, Martine Gutierrez, the artist, performer and provocateur, asks what it means to be a woman in these times.
- Data Covid-19 USA — Great is what this art is, yet it raises doubts about whether any art, however “great,” can be considered exempt from moral scrutiny.
Her image has been rendered on gold coins and monuments around the United States. But little is known about this Gilded Age model.
What does love look like? This intimate short film captures the relationship between the artist Wilfrid Wood and his boyfriend-muse, Theo Adamson.
In ‘Feedback,’ a 21-artist knockout of a show, Helen Molesworth curates a nuanced and complicated conversation about race — the kind of talk we desperately need.
The more than 600 works he gave to the Met enriched the museum’s collection enormously.
Will turbulent times end at the Museum of Arts and Design, where a rapid turnover of executives and visions has thrown the institution into disarray?
After expulsion from Egypt left him penniless, he befriended André Breton and Marcel Duchamp and amassed an enormous collection of priceless art.
A leader of what became known as the Pattern and Decoration movement, she made screens, wall hangings and quilts — a radical act in an age of minimalism.
When the nation’s foremost museum got serious about the nation’s first inhabitants, they needed an Indigenous lodestar. They found one in Norby, its first curator of Native American art.
Tony Podesta turned to art dealing after becoming ensnared in the Trump-Russia scandal. With his friends running Washington, he is eying a return to lobbying.
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