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The Armory Show’s ‘Worlds of Tomorrow’ artists announced

Just a month before The Armory Show is set to green light on March 7th, it announced the galleries and

P.A.I.N. organizes against the Sackler family with demonstrations at the Guggenheim and Met

Protesters took to New York’s Fifth Avenue on the evening of February 9th on route from the Guggenheim Museum to

Desert X installation pulled to help out bighorn sheep

In 2017, the Coachella Valley in Southern California became the home for a desert-transforming biennial known as Desert X. During

5 unusual must-see art cities in the US

If you’re looking for some new cities in the US to visit with a happening art scene, a new survey

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Major gift supports the BMA in their endeavour to represent artists of colour and female artists

In a press release on February 8th, the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announced that Eddie C. and C. Sylvia


British Museum to assist with renovations of Cairo’s Egyptian Museum

As part of a €3.1 million plan, London’s British Museum is participating in a massive transformation and renovation of the


 Eva Magyarósi “Récits privés” at the Galerie 24 Beaubourg

On display through February 16 at Paris’ Galerie 24 Beaubourg, a solo exhibition by Hungarian artist Eva Magyarósi brings together her delicate and mysterious drawings, collages, prints and videos, which together make up a fragile dream world imbued with power

Artist Vladimir Kush sues singer Ariana Grande for copyright infringement

Pop star Ariana Grande is facing a lawsuit concerning copyright infringement for her ‘God is a Woman’ video released in July 2018. The lawsuit was filed by Russian-American artist Vladimir Kush, based in Las Vegas, and his company Kush Fine

Phillips Auction House Had Its Most Successful Year in 2018

2018 wasn’t just a good year for Phillips, it was their best year to date. The auction house announced that it closed the year with $916 million worth of art and collectibles sold, the highest in its 220-year history. According

David Rockefeller Estate gifts $200 million to New York’s MoMA

New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) made headlines just a few days ago when it announced it would be closing during the summer months to revamp its galleries and rehang its entire collection. The museum, though, hasn’t moved out

Restoration of Valongo Wharf underway, museum still uncertain

Nearly one million African slaves would have walked up the steps of Valongo Wharf in Rio de Janeiro between 1811 and 1831. Brazil would be the destination for more than a third of all the African slaves sent to Latin America.   Valongo Wharf was

Met curator wins the inaugural Vilcek Prize for Excellence

Curator of Italian and Spanish drawings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Carmen C. Bambach has been awarded the inaugural Vilcek Prize for Excellence. The Chilean-born curator will receive an unrestricted grant of $100,000 in recognition of her work. The

Twelve Da Vinci shows to open simultaneously in the UK

In honour of 500 years since Leonardo Da Vinci passed away, 144 drawings are leaving Windsor Castle for a series of exhibitions to take place at several locations simultaneously. 12 UK venues have been selected to exhibit 12 works each

Bold Burger King Super Bowl ad features Andy Warhol

American football fanatics and those who tune into the Super Bowl each year simply to watch the ads witnessed a Burger King advertisement unlike any other. The 45 second window didn’t feature the comedy skits synonymous with Doritos, Clydesdales and

MoMA to close for 4 months to make room for renovations

On June 15th, New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) will close its doors heading into the summer for four months to undertake the final stage of the museum’s $400 million renovations. The museum will forego summer tourism revenue in