In tears, the Easter Island governor asked for the sacred sculpture, whose name, Hoa Hakananai’a, translates to “lost or stolen friend.”
The actor said a clay piece of his was "destroyed" by his 4-year-old daughter.
It's a "Ronal-Do over."
The statue, near where the Oscars ceremony will be held this weekend, shows the disgraced executive lolling in a satin robe.
She's been waiting 500 years to pick that nose.
"Radical Women" and "We Wanted a Revolution" were among the best shows of the year. But women artists deserve more.
Museum educators are grappling with the future of art history's problematic faves.
Titus Kaphar's work for the Princeton & Slavery Project tells a story of buried history.
Princeton is hardly the first college to reckon with the racial injustice that defined its founding, and to seek a kind of rhetorical cleansing.
The artist behind the work calls the decision "total hypocrisy."
At 80 years old, the artist is being honored with her first museum retrospective.
With her work on view at the Museum of Sex, the sculptor grapples with body dysmorphia and fear of femininity.
The attempted stunt was apparently for a photo.