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Setting aside the allegorical females and fictional heroines like Lewis Carroll's Alice, who are the historic women honored in New York's public statuary?
Artist studios in Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, and Ohio.
"I’m interested in coming to Detroit — providing you this opportunity to be up close and personal with the work in this static format, but then also being able to get you into this performative experience."
Height (in feet) of the rogue wave depicted in Katsushika Hokusai's famed "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" (c.1830–32) = 32–39
In 1915, during World War I, the printing company Wills & Hepworth began publishing "pure and healthy literature" for children marked with a ladybird logo, giving rise to the London-based publishing company now known as Ladybird Boo...
MINNEAPOLIS — Mark Mothersbaugh is so much a part of pop culture that even if you aren’t a fan of his punk band Devo, you’re probably familiar with his music.
Art about identity politics, personal history, and cultural heritage is seen all too rarely in Bushwick galleries, where formal and material concerns tend to dominate.
The watermelons of our summers are not the watermelons of yesteryear, as demonstrated by a 17th-century painting by Italian artist Giovanni Stanchi.
A public sculpture in Durango, Colorado, that has divided and entertained residents of the small town since its installation last August was destroyed earlier this week and the vandal remains at large, according to the Durango Heral...
LOS ANGELES — Earlier this week, the Los Angeles Times terminated its relationship with political cartoonist Ted Rall based on “serious questions about the accuracy” of a May 11 blog post by him
STYKKISHÓLMUR, Iceland — It's hard to miss Vatnasafn, or the Library of Water, if you know what you're looking for.
Since taking the reigns at the San Diego Art Institute in March 2014, Ginger Shulick Porcella has thoroughly revamped the nonprofit art space, increasing its visibility, diversifying its programming, and drawing praise from everyone with a stake in the local art scene — well, almost everyone.
The founder of the controversial, soon-to-open Jack the Ripper Museum — initially presented as a museum that celebrates women in London's East End — is defending his vision of it as a site to explore local women's history and storie...
At Dia:Beacon there is an installation by Fred Sandback, a series of giant shapes formed from brightly colored string.
Across the five boroughs, quiet pockets of public green space offer a taste of culture outdoors.
Ideally you'd sleep a lot.
If you want to know where Hasan Elahi is, just check his website.
With a population of over 20 million in its metropolitan area, Mumbai is one of the biggest cities in the world, and taxis are integral to its transportation.
New York City has public art that's older than the city itself.
Senator Ted Cruz's presidential campaign staff consists of an expected mix of seasoned, conservative strategists, but it does includes one unlikely adviser.