Foster Gwin Gallery has deactivated its social media accounts since its owner, Collier Gwin, was filmed spraying down a woman on the sidewalk.
The nearly 3,000-year-old ivory cosmetic spoon was seized from Michael Steinhardt’s collection of stolen antiquities.
Works by Emiliano Di Cavalcanti and Jorge Eduardo, among others, sustained damage when rioters stormed government buildings in the nation’s capital.
Dutch designer Robert van Embricqs took Instagram by storm with his modular furniture.
Multiple cultural heritage sites of the Native Calusa people were impacted when the Category 4 storm hit Florida last September.
Actors Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting were ages 15 and 16 when the film was shot.
Academics and literary nonprofits condemned the Hamline University professor’s dismissal as a violation of academic freedom.
Lacks was a Black Roanoke woman whose cancer cell samples were taken without her consent and used in medical research.
Frances Benjamin Johnston’s photojournalism, Jamini Roy’s stylized portraiture, and M. C. Escher’s print works have also become accessible to all.
It’s unclear whether the London institution will renew its contract with the oil and gas giant British Petroleum when it expires in 2023.
The unbelievable, hilarious, or just plain mind-boggling things that happened in the world of art in 2022.
A sarcophagus found beneath the floor slabs of the Paris church belonged to Antoine de la Porte, who provided financial contributions for the cathedral’s choir.