From 3rd-century depictions to a Star Trek nativity, the art form never ceases to evolve.
Using everything from artificial hot dogs and candy wrappers to Metrocards, NYC Parks employees and commissioned artists reimagine a Christmas classic.
Artist Georgia Lale’s flag artwork was removed from an exhibition following backlash from far-right Greek politician Dimitris Natsiou.
Extraordinary discoveries, rogue tourists, and moments of institutional failure and abuse of power defined a topsy-turvy year in visual culture.
The works, linked with infamous antiquities dealer Douglas Latchford, will be repatriated to Cambodia and Thailand.
The fast-fashion brand’s since-withdrawn campaign featured images of white-cloth bundles resembling the bodies of Palestinians killed in Gaza.
The libertarian leader and dictatorship denier also eradicated agencies dedicated to women, gender, and diversity and the environment.
TikTok users are calling BS on the company in videos alleging that the chosen hues align with the interests of tech giants.
With more than 12,000 people dead and millions uprooted from their homes, many artists and cultural members have been forced to start anew.
The nonprofit, based out of the University of Toronto, asked a group of Arab and Muslim artists for a last-minute “sensitivity review” of their exhibition.
Dominique Lévy, Brett Gorvy, and Amalia Dayan say their Upper East Side gallery was “vandalized” with a message that decries the “massacre of Palestinians” in Gaza.
The event, running now through December 10, first launched in 2021 as an alternative to the government-sponsored Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival.