Last week it was decided to remove the image because it evoked racism and colonialism. Sunday, the other side turned out.
No question the Roosevelt sculpture has to go. But what of the Shaw Memorial in Boston? Eliminate or obscure it, or explain it?
Talking with two organizers of the movement to reclaim the long-ignored history of Black Wall Street and the Greenwood district’s achievements.
“Korean Art From 1953,” a lavish new book, is the most significant English-language overview yet of modern and contemporary art on the peninsula.
The post by a longtime department chairman, saying monuments should be protected from “zealots,” prompted staff charges that the museum fosters “a culture of systemic racism.”
The museum’s president said visitor numbers could be reduced as much as 80 percent. That might mean a better view of the Mona Lisa, if you can get there.
If New York’s phased reopening goes according to plan, museums will be allowed to open as early as July 20.
Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.
Many designers in the country have looked to the West for inspiration. Divya Thakur is at the forefront of moves to change that.
Julie Rodrigues Widholm will start in the post at the University of California Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive on Aug. 1.