This week, an ancient animal is named after President Biden, sportwashing, blood art in museums, almost the world’s biggest potato, and more.
Informed by the legacies of Standing Rock and the January 6 insurrection, the artist grapples with ideas around site and his own agency.
This week, the oldest mummies in the world, whitewashing an autocrat, a useful reading list about Ukraine, SPLC released their new report on hate, seeking a new language around race, and more.
Using projections, artworks, spoken word, music, and dance, Newsome continues to push the boundaries of his artistic vision.
This week, the artist representing Ukraine at the Venice Biennale speaks, Israel’s Holocaust museum is embroiled in controversy allegedly trying to protect an oligarch, Ray Johnson in Chicago, the problem with queer influencer activists, and more.
This week, the Met Museum acquired a Renaissance bronze, Ukraine’s museums are scrambling to protect their collections, reviewing the new Elden Ring video game, and more.
This week, the world’s largest black diamond, Francis Ford Coppola is spending $120M of his own money to make a film, post-colonialism in the post-Soviet space, Ikea’s quest for the last of Europe’s old growth forests, and more.
This week, the racist depictions in the US Capitol, fictional truths and conspiracy theories, the evolving relationship of celebrities and NFTs, “black passing,” and much more.
This week, Vice Media helps the Saudi Arabian regime, Hollywood’s favorite NYC locations, the reality behind why celebrities are talking up NFTs, a Pacific island nation welcomes digital residents, and much more.
A new unusual image reveals what scientists believe are two galaxies that may have been struck by a third galaxy, proving threesomes rarely work, even in outer space.
This week, the Tonga eruption as captured from space, Boston gets a big gift of Dutch and Flemish painting, 30 years of New Queer Cinema, an important Marcel Breuer house is demolished, and much more.
To understand contemporary art, it is necessary to investigate the connections that are sometimes omitted or undervalued in art history.