January 2024 Art News

The American Museum of Natural History in New York will close two halls that display Native American artwork and objects after a ruling by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior.
On Sunday morning, January 28, protestors splattered the famed Mona Lisa painting at the Louvre Museum with pumpkin soup.
SITE Santa Fe taps High Line Art director and chief curator Cecilia Alemani to curate its 12th edition, Serpentine Pavilion design announced, and more news.
We take a look back at some of the controversial battles that art critic Jerry Saltz has had with various artists.
Conservators at the National Museums Scotland have reconstructed an exceptionally rare piece of armor that dates back to the Roman Empire.
Belgian police have recovered two paintings, by Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall, that were stolen in 2010.
See highlights of The Winter Show, including works by J.M.W. Turner, Guido Reni, and Jesse Mockrin and surrealist earrings by Man Ray.
Pokémon is reportedly reissuing its sought-after limited edition trading cards produced in collaboration with the Van Gogh museum, Refik Anadol creates an AI model trained on nature, and more news from this week.
What began with eight prints and one drawing currently encompasses about 200,000 pieces from all over the world across multiple genres, including millions of films and film stills. Here we dive into ten things you may not know about MoMA.
Vittorio Sgarbi, an Italian junior culture minister and art critic, faces scrutiny following the confiscation by Italian authorities of a 17th-century painting by Rutilio di Lorenzo Manetti that was stolen in 2013.
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