"Love is in the Bin" made history when it was created during a 2018 auction. The crowd back then was shocked when a shredder activated as soon as the sale was complete, partly shredding the piece.
When visitors make their way to Italy's pavilion at Dubai Expo 2020, most will only see the head of Michelangelo's famous statue
For the first time outside of his home country, the Japanese filmmaker's work is being featured in a major retrospective at the brand-new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles.
The first retrospective to display Robinson's work after her 2015 death, Raggin' On at the Columbus Museum of Art celebrates the grandeur of simple objects and everyday tasks.
"The work is that I have taken their money," artist Jens Haaning said of his new piece. The commissioning museum in Denmark isn't satisfied with his explanation but is displaying the work nonetheless.
Known as the Gilgamesh Dream Tablet, it was looted from Iraq and made its way through several hands before Hobby Lobby purchased it for the Museum of the Bible in 2014.
Born in Pittsburgh in 1859, Henry Ossawa Tanner moved to Paris, where he found "nobody knows or cares what was the complexion of my forebears." Recent conservation work explores his artistic process.
After selling for $1.4 million three years ago, the half-destroyed piece is going back up for sale with big expectations.
A career retrospective for the Oakland-based Chinese-American painter, who died on Aug. 7, opens at the National Portrait Gallery on August 27.
Chuck Close, who was known for his giant photorealist portraits of friends and colleagues in the art world, has died at the age of 81. Late in life, Close faced accusations of sexual harassment.
Winfred Rembert's autobiography features images of fishing in the culvert and dancing in the juke joint — but also of picking cotton, escaping a lynching and working on the chain gang.
Opening in March 2022, the new "Guarding the Art" exhibit will feature hidden gems selected by the museum's own security guards.
After World War II, 202 paintings stolen by the Nazis toured the U.S. Now, the Cincinnati Art Museum has four of them back on view in the exhibition "Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men."
Lincoln Center observes Juneteenth, now a federal holiday, with "I Dream a Dream That Dreams Back at Me," an ambulatory experience conceived by Carl Hancock Rux.
The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts meets today to review designs for all kinds of American cultural symbols. It's the first such meeting for four new commissioners recently appointed by President Biden.