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ART NET NEWS – In 2019, the artist delved into the massive archives of the Smithsonian to photograph documents that help tell the story of America....

ART NET NEWS – In the 1991 animated film Beauty and the Beast, a young woman, Belle, dances and sings inside a magical castle where inanimate objects...

ART NET NEWS – Over the course of her four-decade career, Carrie Mae Weems has employed photography, film, sculpture, and archival footage, all in the...

ART NET NEWS – Elders of Wahpeton Dakota had long campaigned to have Plains bison reintroduced to their lands as they believed it would bring...

ART NET NEWS – The Anonymous Was a Woman awards are back and better than ever, thanks to new donations—made anonymously, naturally—that will expand the number...

ART NET NEWS – “For decades, Juneteenth has been part of the fabric of our city, and this museum is a welcome addition to its...

ART NET NEWS – For those who lost track of what day it was in early 2020, it may come as a bit of a...

ART NET NEWS – bell hooks, a writer and thinker whose texts about Black art, feminism, and identity that inspired legions within academia and far...

ART NET NEWS – Diane Severin Nguyen doesn’t only make photographs, but when she does she becomes a kind of mad scientist. Before the lens...

ART NET NEWS – Disgraced art dealer Inigo Philbrick pleaded guilty to a criminal charge of wire fraud in a federal court in Manhattan this afternoon. He faces...

ART NET NEWS – In the quinquennial art exhibition “Greater New York,” on view now at MoMA PS1, sculptor Doreen Garner’s work Lucy’s Agony (2021) references...

ART NET NEWS- In 2020 1-54, the contemporary African art fair, was the only physical fair to take place in London—even then, it was reduced...