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.
The White Room Gallery’s XX FACTOR is a celebratory exhibition marking the hundred-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote and gave them a political voice.
Art & Object's final top ten, showcasing the best art schools of the West.
This fall, the Ordrupgaard Collection, a treasure trove of important Impressionist paintings, is on rare view outside of Denmark.
Years of exploration with paint have led Eveline Luppi’s journey to create work that is technically challenging and visually inspiring to the viewer.
Ashmolean curators decided to reexamine a neglected painting in the Ashmolean’s own storage, once thought to be an original Rembrandt, now discredited.
Best known for cultural mashups that blend contemporary social issues with traditional porcelain pottery, Roberto Lugo’s powerful commentary on poverty, inequality, and racial injustice has made him a defining artist of the moment.
Sanctuary asks viewers to consider themes as diverse yet interconnected as sustainability, migration, belonging, and cultural identity, all of which seem precarious in 2020.
The ArtCurious podcast continues to be a hit, and now, Jennifer Dasal has parlayed its extraordinary success into a book of the same name, available in September.