art history

After HuffPost first reported on allegations of sexual harassment against the artist, museums around the world are left pondering what to do with his work.
The Guggenheim's head curator goaded the president with a golden toilet, so his supporters fought back with single stars.
Museum educators are grappling with the future of art history's problematic faves.
Jaishri Abichandani hopes protests like "#MeToo at the Met" will help give voice to women in the arts who've been excluded, undercut and abused.
Titus Kaphar's work for the Princeton & Slavery Project tells a story of buried history.
The artwork has been hotly debated for years, but its sale signals one thing absolutely: a "very unequal, even obscene distribution of wealth in the world."
Another day, another "Mona Lisa" mystery. The woman sure knows how to maintain her mystique.
The mesmerizing stills are from the upcoming, entirely painted biopic "Loving Vincent."
The city's cultural institutions are still reckoning with that summer, half a century later.