In Philadelphia, the sun rises on a bold collaboration between two museums.
‘‘Beyond the Light’’ at the Met is a luminous, move-close exhibition whose paintings and drawings render a volatile world with purity of heart and line.
Patrisse Cullors and noé olivas trade activism for spiritual reflection in a joint exhibition that emphasizes the Ifá religious tradition.
The gold coin, which dates from 42 B.C. and is valued at $4.2 million, is thought to have been looted from a field near where an army loyal to Brutus camped during the struggle for control of Rome.
A year into the war, institutions face pressure to note the Ukrainian roots of artworks and artists long described as Russian. It’s not always simple to write a wall label.
The legal battle over “Quantum” is part of a larger effort to define rules of ownership for digital artworks.
“An Archaeology of Silence” opens in San Francisco, after a string of police killings of Black men. Along with powerful art, it offers a respite room to those needing a break.
Young artists say they often receive offers by email to purchase their paintings, but many are part of schemes to defraud them by using fake checks and phony shipping companies.
Want to see new art in the city? Check out Bilgé Friedlaender’s exquisite works on paper and Biraaj Dodiya’s new paintings paired with Heidi Lau’s sculptures.
Two exhibitions in Melbourne — “Radical Utopia” and “Melbourne Now” — trace the city’s art and design from the 1980s to the present.