Chandra Noyes

A new exhibition at MoMA PS1 examines the artwork of those currently or formerly incarcerated, as well as artists who have been impacted by the carceral system. Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass…
If, like us, you could use a little humor in your life right now, look no further than the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, an annual contest showcasing the funniest snapshots in nature…
A highlight of Christie’s Evening Sale of 20th Century Art in New York, Picasso's portrait of Dora Maar is work is estimated to fetch $20–30 million.
The Nile’s flooding is out of control, and Sudan is struggling to save its people and its historic sites.
The Britsh Museum has recently added 103 previously unknown drawings to their Hokusai collection, which includes a version of his most famous work, The Great Wave.
Ashmolean curators decided to reexamine a neglected painting in the Ashmolean’s own storage, once thought to be an original Rembrandt, now discredited.
Among the $10–15 billion dollars of property damaged were museums, galleries, libraries, and historic sites in downtown Beirut.
Artist Sacha Jafri isn’t afraid of a good challenge, and the British artist has taken on a big one: to raise $30 million dollars for charity by creating the world’s largest painting on canvas.