All posts in New York

Seizure and return of Egyptian Antiquities amidst Louvre scandal

The entire art world has been abuzz ever since former Louvre director Jean-Luc Martinez has been charged with fraud and money laundering in relation to an international artifact smuggling ring. […]

General Idea retrospective opening at National Gallery of Canada

One of the most influential groups of Canadian artists, General Idea typified the irreverent wit that swirled within the art and culture of the country throughout the late 20th-century. Decidedly […]

“Inspiring Walt Disney” connects classic animation and European design

While they still churn out memorable animations year after year, Disney has lost more and more of their veneer over the years and shown their cool corporate face. But there […]

MSCHF sells off 1000 copies of Andy Warhol’s ‘Fairies’

The tricks and treats of the season have all been doled out as we step into November. But it wasn’t only Halloween that saw disguises in abundance: 999 paintings were […]

‘Marys Seacole’ plunges into the deep end of caregiving

The past year has seen its fair share of recorded theatre. With it as the primary means of consumption for the medium, companies have been able to show off their […]

The Theatre Leadership Project aims to restructure the theatre industry

Every passing year, artistic institutions are taking steps to be more inclusive organizations with more representative teams. Theatre companies have slowly begun to answer the call from communities to move […]

Auld Lang Syne- should 2020 be forgot and never brought to mind?

With the year-who-must-not-be-named in the rearview window of our calendars, there are a lot of folks who would love to simply leave last year in the dust. While there is […]