Vandals spray painted the artist’s sculpture of a Black woman in white.
The grassroots advocacy group Industria found that artists working in the public sector earned a median hourly rate of just £2.60 ($3.25).
Breakthroughs at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver showcases the work of 18 alumni of RedLine, a local arts nonprofit celebrating its 15th anniversary.
Talia Levitt homes in on the everyday people, animals, and urban infrastructure that are emblematic of New York, but not often celebrated.
A new exhibition curated by Radiotron founder Carmelo Alvarez explores the organization’s influence on graffiti and breakdancing in the West Coast.
Victim/Suspect reveals the extent to which women are vulnerable to pressures to take the blame, and even serve time, for their own violent rapes.
Eight emerging artists have been selected for the New Voices pilot program at the Print Center New York.
The workers launched their union drive after the Manhattan institution eliminated their pension plans.
Jerry Chris Van Dyke claimed he was a member of the Nez Perce Tribe to sell his art.
Creating an art prize and traveling exhibition featuring women artists is not for the faint of heart.
Catherine Legrand’s Patchwork: A World Tour is an important step towards finally giving this art form the appreciation it deserves.
Today’s artists often refrain from imprinting their vision upon the land, instead bringing the soil into the gallery as an archive of nature-human interactions.