“Creation with her Children” to be de-installed in protest

Protesting through the channels of high-profile arts institutions is a tricky feat. Whether it be via an act of visible disobedience a la Just Stop Oil or a work itself […]

Nia Centre for the Arts is Toronto’s first Black art centre

In the ongoing struggle to establish artistic spaces in North America, every accomplished endeavour feels like a tremendous victory. With the newly established location for the Nia Centre for the […]

Banksy’s true identity bet on throughout libel suit

Few things grip the minds of the public as much as a mystery. It’s no wonder that true crime remains as popular as ever in the vast, interconnected age of […]

Cardiff Miller Art Warehouse housing a unique legacy in B.C.

Locales are always something of great necessity and value in the arts community. No matter the medium, there is a constant struggle to find space to display one’s work. Sometimes […]

Roblox Met collaboration unveiled with museum’s new app

We are well into the early stages of Web 3 now, the major hallmarks of which have been cryptocurrency, blockchains, NFTs, and lacklustre digital approximations of existent attractions. The steady […]

The Sullivanians cult blamed in Pollock’s death in new book

The modern artists of the 20th century seemed almost irreparably tied to tragedy. Warhol, Basquiat, Kahlo—but now Jackson Pollock, whose death in a drunken car crash was the bleakly logical […]

New Orleans Museum of Art appoints white curator for African art

While there has been an onus now more than ever on having representative staffing and positions of power within museum and gallery frameworks, institutions do still fall into old pitfalls […]