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10.25.18

MoMA Is Finally Giving Legendary Black Artist Charles White His Due

White was one of the first artists to depict black life in fine art. Nearly 40 years after his death, he's finally getting the acclaim he deserves.

2.6.17

Two Museums Duked It Out in a Twitter-Fueled Super Bowl Fight | Last Week in Art

Plus, breaking news: Did Mona Lisa have syphilis?

1.30.17

Botticelli’s 'Venus' Is Coming to the States for the First Time | Last Week in Art

Plus, the art world responds to Trump’s first week in office.

12.20.16

[Exclusive] The Top 25 Most Instagrammed Art Spaces of 2016

New York and LA get lip service, but the standouts from the rest of the USA are impressive.

12.11.16

At MoMA, Revolutionary Russian Art Provides a Roadmap for Artistic Dissent

MoMA is tracing the history of artistic movements in Russia from 1912 to 1930.

11.15.16

Marina Abramović Still Doesn’t Give a Fuck

Nearing 70, the artist who built a career off of subversive performance is still pushing boundaries, causing controversies, and influencing the youth.

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10.31.16

Picasso Pumpkins | Monday Insta Illustrator

Famous artists get reborn in orange in these next-level gourd carvings.

10.30.16

Historic Film Photos Capture Hollywood's Legacy of Exploitation

A photo show at MoMA takes a brief historic look at exploitation of gender, race, and 'second-class citizens' in film.

10.17.16

Studio Ghibli Is Getting Its Own TV Show: Last Week In Art

Also, modern-day tomb raiders found two secret rooms inside the Great Pyramid at Giza.

7.15.16

All the Museums Welcoming the Pokémon Epidemic | Insta of the Week

The best art museums in the world are embracing our new Pokémon overlords.

6.1.16

Some of the MoMA's Most Famous Artworks Are Going to Australia in 2018

The future exhibition’s star-studded lineup includes the likes of Cézanne, Dalí, Duchamp, Hopper, Koons, Matisse, Mondrian, Picasso, Pollock, Rothko, and van Gogh.

5.9.16

Warhol Screen Tests: Even Better with Poetry

Legendary poet John Giorno read alongside a multimedia installation of Warhol's 'Screen Tests.'

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