A video online shows two men removing the work less than an hour after the artist posted about it on Instagram.
The Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem, founded by the street artist to criticize Israel’s violence against Palestinians, is temporarily closing as Israeli attacks in the region continue.
The Webb Telescope images could prove “invaluable” in planning future missions to the planet, NASA said.
From quirky ceramics and pet portraits to prints and tufted rugs, peruse our list of presents for this season and beyond.
The Satanic Temple contributed a statue of the deity Baphomet for the Iowa Capitol’s holiday display.
At the University of Virginia’s Fralin Museum of Art, curators and students engage in conversations about end-of-life care through the lens of art history.
Extraordinary discoveries, rogue tourists, and moments of institutional failure and abuse of power defined a topsy-turvy year in visual culture.
Each paper flower represented a Palestinian life lost since October 7.
Over 200 students and faculty members condemned the decision, which they say is based on the group’s research into Israel’s occupation of Palestine.
We asked two scholars about the strange depictions of fauna and why they’ve become a viral phenomenon.
MFA student Morgan Patten and the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression claim Brooklyn College’s actions violate her First Amendment rights.
Protesters demanded that the New York City institution sever ties with donors financially connected to Israel.