“When the Corcoran failed as an institution in 2014, George Washington University absorbed the school and its [120-year-old] building at 17th Street and New York Avenue NW. The university soon after launched an unprecedented renovation, and decided to keep the school open to studios and classes for the duration.” The disruption caused by the construction […]Read more
The artifact has been in the Met’s collection for over a century.
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This was, perhaps, inevitable: On the Google Arts and Culture app, a new feature can take your selfies and compare them to Google’s database of fine art. (And if it’s taking over your Facebook feed, you’re not alone.)Read more
Here’s a snapshot of prices at more than 200 United States institutions, beginning with the pricing and going down from their, to free and suggested admission. (All of these are members of the Association of Art Museum Directors. About 34 percent of th…Read more
Thurley review finds “inappropriate levels of political engagement”Jonathan Knott, 10.01.2018Read more
In an extensive Q&A that also covers the history of the ancient Syrian city, its destruction by ISIS, the lack of an international or UN intervention to save it, and the trade in looted antiquities, Andreas Schmidt-Colinet, an archaeologist who worked at Palmyra for three decades, makes his case for what the West should and […]Read more
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