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Must-see exhibitions that were most impacted, now extended

The pandemic has forced some wonderful shows to never see light of day. From Titian to Warhol, the shutters are

Artist installs Black Lives Matter statue where Edward Colston once stood in Bristol

There’s a new statue in town. Early last month, protesters in Bristol toppled a statue of Edward Colston, a man

Trump issues executive order for “National Garden of American Heroes”

In his Independence Day Celebration speech, controversially located at the base of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, President Donald Trump

Descendants of Frederick Douglass, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Thomas Jefferson partake is photographic series recreating their ancestors

Europe began as the main focus of “The Descendants,” a series of works created by British photographer Drew Gardner. About

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The Art World Reacts to Gavin Brown Joining Barbara Gladstone

New York legacy art dealer Gavin Brown announced last week that he will be joining forces with Barbara Gladstone Gallery.

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Arthur Jafa: Love Is The Message, The Message Is Death review

Fifteen art institutions will be simultaneously livestreaming ‘Love is the Message, The Message Is Death,’ a 2016 video work by

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The REALM Project sheds light on how long the COVID-19-causing virus can live on library materials

Social distancing and other safety precautions have adjusted the way visitors experience museums, galleries, and more as lockdown restrictions have been relaxed. However, for libraries, whether it be a public library or the Victoria & Albert’s reading rooms, what happens

Phi Centre’s Emergence and Convergence blooms with the space’s return

After nearly a third of the year in hibernation, certain physical art spaces are tentatively re-opening their doors. With reduced entrant numbers and some distancing measures put in place, it seems like there can be a return of semi-normalcy for

Art World Roundup: Black trans women artists honoured with new grant, an update on Notre Dame, and more

This week’s Art World Roundup covers a new grant designed to highlight Black trans women artists while Anish Kapoor calls out museums for their tokenistic use of non-Western artists. Also, a LA artist is producing a new sculpture to raise

Frieze London and Masters to move online in October

Earlier this year, as the pandemic upended life as we knew it, much of the art world was put on hold. Fairs and auctions moved to online platforms while others were cancelled or postponed, and galleries and museums turned to

Artist installs Black Lives Matter statue where Edward Colston once stood in Bristol

There’s a new statue in town. Early last month, protesters in Bristol toppled a statue of Edward Colston, a man who made a living in the 17th century off the slave trade, and threw it in the harbour. The plinth

Love dogs and design? Then Architecture for Dogs is a must-see exhibition hitting London this September

If Crufts is the gold standard of dog shows in the UK, an exhibition headed to Japan House London is about to become the gold standard of dog (architecture) shows. Making its European debut in the UK this September will

UNESCO “deeply regrets” Turkish president’s decision to revert Hagia Sophia to a mosque

In 1985, Hagia Sophia, the opulent Byzantine-era gem found in Istanbul, was declared a UNESCO world heritage site after being converted into a museum in the mid 1930s. Last week, however, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, president of Turkey, announced that by

Art World Roundup: art acquisitions, art restitution, and the end of King Tut ‘s touring show?

In this week’s Art World Roundup, we cover the US National Gallery of Art’s first acquisition of art by a Native American artist and how one London MP is honouring an artist and victim of Grenfell. The UK government pledges

Trump issues executive order for “National Garden of American Heroes”

In his Independence Day Celebration speech, controversially located at the base of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, President Donald Trump announced the issue of an executive order to create a “National Garden of American Heroes.” Released on July 3rd, the