A look inside the Ford Foundation Gallery's exhibition "No Justice Without Love" featuring art by former inmates
Through her work, photographer Arin Yoon re-examines her connection to the U.S., reconsidering histories while exploring her connection to the landscape, her children and their past and future selves.
In the 1980s, Haring's cartoon-like images were everywhere — his figures of dancers, hearts, babies and dogs remain pop culture motifs. A new exhibition celebrates the artist who died in 1990 at 31.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission took photos of people with disabilities using home safety devices like flashlights and smoke alarms — then put them in the public domain for anyone to use.
Los Angeles is planning to add 100,000 new apartments downtown. Garment workers and others now fear L.A.'s Fashion District and its factories won't survive the city's downtown housing boom.
In its 7-2 ruling Thursday, the Supreme Court said the late artist infringed on a photographer's copyright when he created a series of works based on an image of the pop star Prince.
Walter Hopps was a visionary and — long before Instagram — an influencer. The Menil Collection in Houston is showing works by 70 artists Hopps spotted, acquired, encouraged or enabled as a curator.
"It's very hard to narrow the list," says the Chief Preservation Officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The 2023 list includes a gas station, an artist studio and two Chinatowns.
Mutu, who lives in Nairobi and Brooklyn, is the star of a show at New York's New Museum. Her art takes on viruses, genocide, junk mail (the "sleeping serpent" is full of it), her own hybrid identity.
Arriving 10 years after the author's death, the roughly 150-page novel will contain five sections centered around a character named Ana Magdalena Bach.
The banana installation by artist Maurizio Cattelan evokes everything from slapstick comedy to global trade. But to a college student, it was a reminder of how very hungry he was.
NPR's Melissa Block talks with Matika Wilbur about her new book Project 562: Changing the Way We See Native America.
The building's white marble design drew inspiration from the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.
Quant made playful clothes for young modern women they could wear to work and "run to the bus in." Her London shop was an epicenter of youth culture that popularized hot pants and miniskirts.
A former auctioneer has pleaded guilty to selling fake Jean Michel-Basquiat paintings, the Department of Justice said Tuesday.