“Korean Art From 1953,” a lavish new book, is the most significant English-language overview yet of modern and contemporary art on the peninsula.
No question the Roosevelt sculpture has to go. But what of the Shaw Memorial in Boston? Eliminate or obscure it, or explain it?
The post by a longtime department chairman, saying monuments should be protected from “zealots,” prompted staff charges that the museum fosters “a culture of systemic racism.”
A letter to the director, signed by “The Curatorial Department,” outlines steps the museum should take to diversify its staff, board and exhibitions.
If New York’s phased reopening goes according to plan, museums will be allowed to open as early as July 20.
The art museum in Florence was one of the first to use the social media platform, posting unusually irreverent videos that challenge its dignified reputation.
Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.
The company announced the prohibition after researchers reported that looters were using the platform to identify and sell illegally excavated antiquities.
The equestrian memorial to Theodore Roosevelt has long prompted objections as a symbol of colonialism and racism.
Julie Rodrigues Widholm will start in the post at the University of California Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive on Aug. 1.