The second part of the Met’s American fashion show attempts to display historical fashion tied to a precarious national identity
With museums pulling the plug on the controversial company's unauthorized erotic art guide, Charlene K. Lau asks: is this feminist allyship or another example of art-history puritanism?
What key artworks can tell us about the museum’s historical biases and what’s next for the New York institution
The artist’s nine-day performance in the museum’s galleries ties the migration of peoples and objects to the systems that control and classify them
The Kenyan-American artist’s bronze caryatids occupy the museum’s empty niches which have lain bare for 117 years
In further news: Met rejects Sackler gifts; Indigenous Womxn’s Collective protests Warren B. Kanders at Whitney Biennial opening
J.P. Girault de Prangey’s beautiful yet orientalist pictures are on view for the first time at the Met
In further news: Radical Matriarchy protest lack of diversity at Washington’s National Gallery of Art; Met to return stolen ancient coffin to Egypt
In further news: Italian scholar claims to have found Leonardo’s only sculpture; Tracey Emin plans her museum
In further news: EU parliament calls for Nazi-looted art to be returned; and are art museums becoming more diverse?
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition of iconic rock instruments has been criticized for only including one woman
Artist Michelle Hartney has created #MeToo-inspired wall labels to call out the abusive actions of art history’s icons
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