It's one of the most important political debates in the history of the world. But until this week, London had no museum dedicated to the topic of immigration.
Historically accurate Minecraft constructions, a digital water exhibition, and sculptural Frankensteins on a rooftop.
One museum navigates the exceedingly difficult task of simultaneously remaining true to its subject matter and its mission.
Camille Claudel has spent history in Rodin's shadow. This year, she steps into the light.
Scholars are calling for the continuing study of the British colonization of India. But where will such scholarship find a home?
Museums are emerging as important public forums for society, and no forum would be complete without an ‘Et tu, Brute?’ moment.
Although Iraq's most precious cultural artifacts are certainly not out of danger, they are one step closer to safety after this week's events.
Last Tuesday, as the sun sank below the curved rim of the Hirshhorn Museum roof, two things became evidently clear: 1. There are a crap-ton of Smithsonian…… Read more “Infinity Lines: Museum Mermaid Glimpses Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors”
The Met board is evidently not a fan of Thomas Campbell.