Quinnipiac University, which had opened Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum in 2012, said that it could no longer afford to operate it.
A new restaurant at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles is the latest effort to try to reach visitors’ hearts through their stomachs.
The Belfast-based Array Collective stages carnivalesque interventions at political rallies. Now the group has won Britain’s major art award.
A former Christie’s executive has joined cryptocurrency experts to create a company that purchases art and sells the fragments as NFTs.
“The Shape of Things” confronts current issues of identity and injustice that the artist has been exploring throughout her 40-year career.
In “Amy: Beyond the Stage,” the Design Museum in London explores — and tries to somewhat reframe — the “Back to Black” singer’s life and legacy.
A studio visit with one of America’s foremost political artists on her remarkable journey and breakthrough career-survey in Chicago.
The donation from a trustee, Oscar L. Tang, and his wife, Agnes Hsu‐Tang, reinvigorates the long-delayed project and is the largest capital gift in the Met’s history.
Long underrecognized for her innovations, a trailblazer of the Light and Space Movement is suddenly juggling three tribute shows to her six-decade career.
The Swiss artist did it all — paintings and puppets, sculpture and tapestry — and was underestimated because of it. At MoMA she joins the major leagues.
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