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On this week’s art crime blotter: an SFMOMA café started selling half-baked copies of art-themed desserts, torch-carrying protesters raided Stonehenge, and cops got in trouble for a making a sand sculpture of a nude murder victim.
This week, James Turrell's "Perceptual Cell" returns to LACMA, UCLA presents an elaborate puppet shadow-play, The Lodge hosts a panel discussion on women in the arts, and more.
The Banff Artist in Residence program provides time and space for artists, curators, and arts professionals to create, research, experiment, and cultivate new directions in their work.
Here’s one way to deal with a hellish subway commute: stare at your fellow passengers, draw their portraits, and turn them into characters in a graphic novel.
Now, nearly a century after Mabel Dodge Luhan came to Taos, a new exhibition, American Moderns and the West, will explore the impact she had on the art, writings, and activism of 20th-century American Modernism.
On a Saturday evening a few weekends ago, several artists, performers, activists, and writers gathered at an apartment in Chelsea to discuss their relationship to the city-wide process of gentrification.
Natural history storerooms are a bit like drowned Noah's Arks, with specimens from every realm of the animal world posthumously preserved.
I first met Claudia Hart in 1995, when she was living in Berlin and I had gone there to do research for a project.
This week, two rarely screened videos by Adrian Piper, a show of artist-made pins, a retrospective for László Moholy-Nagy, an artistic celebration of Menstrual Hygiene Day, and more.
During a recent chat on a Brooklyn park bench, artist Amy Cutler described her unexpected role as a confidant to strangers.
Up on the second floor of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, you might hear the rising notes of opera faintly ringing from a card catalogue, or see people wearing headphones at the ends of the sheet music aisles.
Japanese citizens are set to receive new passports, and they will salute Katsushika Hokusai, the renowned ukiyo-e printmaker and painter.
DETROIT — Object-oriented ontology suggests that inanimate objects have lives and wider spheres of experience than the ways in which they relate to humans.
Just when you'd thought you'd seen it all when it comes to art-breaking mishaps (selfie seekers, I'm looking at you), along comes this incredible footage from China of two boys fracturing a sculpture in the Shanghai Museum of Glass.
Bruce Museum's 'Electric Paris' features approximately fifty paintings, photographs, and drawings that explore the influence of artificial lighting on the Impressionists and their contemporaries. Expect a mix of European and American masters: Edgar Degas and Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sargent and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, among many more.
The idea of capturing something in photography before it disappears dates back almost to the dawn of the medium.
SIEM REAP, Cambodia — Over four million people visited Cambodia in 2014, many of whom came to see Angkor Wat, the country’s most popular tourist destination.
PARIS — Scattered throughout the cavernous nave of the Grand Palais are mountains of shipping containers.
In "real" life I hate feeling vulnerable.
This week, US architecture's odd couple, Roberta Smith about the new SFMOMA, Taibbi on Trump, censorship in Israel, multi-generational affluence in Florence, animals in art project, and more.