Tate Will Cut Another 120 Employees as It Works to Get Out From Under Budgetary Pressures | artnet News

For the second time this year, the Tate is cutting jobs—120 of them, or about 12 percent of the institution’s overall workforce. The staffing reduction comes […]

How the Monoliths Became an Instagram Trap

It’s rare that an anonymous work of art makes international headlines, especially given the political and pandemic news cycles of the past year. But 2020’s final […]

John Edmonds and the Allure of Africa

The photographer’s show at the Brooklyn Museum explores collecting and photography as acts of possession and desire. Source link

Venice Biennale Calls on Christoph Büchel to Return Controversial Migrant Boat to Sicily

The 2019 Venice Biennale closed more than a year ago, but authorities are still calling on Swiss artist Christoph Büchel to remove Barca Nostra, his controversial […]

Yet Another Copycat Monolith Has Appeared, This Time in California, Following Mysterious Versions in Utah and Romania

The mystery monolith that appeared and just as quickly disappeared from the Utah desert has captured the imagination of millions. Was it put there by aliens? […]

Tracey Emin and Edvard Munch, Leaning Into Pain

A new exhibition at the Royal Academy in London pairs works by the confrontational British artist and the Norwegian Expressionist painter. Source link

The Defining Art Events of 2020

The past year has been more than a little tumultuous, with countless crises surrounding the global pandemic and social and political ruptures altering nearly every aspect […]

More Photos Have Emerged from the Massive Rock Art Discovery in the Amazon, and They’re Amazing—See Them Here

Archaeologists recently discovered eight miles of painted rock face in the Colombian Amazon, sited along the Guayabero River. The Colombian and English researchers studying the works […]

Benny Andrews: A Life in Portraits

This remarkable exhibition features the inventively constructed paintings of family, friends and colleagues that portray the artist’s world and his place in it. Source link

Arata Endo’s 1928 Kaji Villa in Hayama Renovated as a Short-Term Rental

Frank Lloyd Wright first arrived in Japan in 1917 and that same year he met Arata Endo – 27 years old at the time and fresh off the […]