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Titus Kaphar with "Impressions of Liberty."
Museum educators are grappling with the future of art history’s questionble works.
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Titus Kaphar’s work for the Princeton & Slavery Project tells a story of buried history.
Katy Perry dressed in Dolce & Gabbana at the 2013 Met Gala.
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."
Critics think the Costume Institute’s upcoming “Heavenly Bodies” theme could be its most controversial yet. Here’s why.
“Domestikator,” a sculpture intended to go in The Louvre's Tuileries gardens — until the museum changed its mind.
Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald are the first black artists hired by the Smithsonian to paint a president and first lady.
The artist behind the work calls the decision "total hypocrisy."
No one has ever paid so much for an American work at auction before.
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"We can’t just be defeated; we can’t just turn apathetic. We have to be active."
This list will make you want to catch the next flight out!