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A year into the war, institutions face pressure to note the Ukrainian roots of artworks and artists long described as Russian. It’s not always simple to write a wall label.

3/17/2023 9:05:28 PM

“An Archaeology of Silence” opens in San Francisco, after a string of police killings of Black men. Along with powerful art, it offers a respite room to those needing a break.

3/16/2023 3:14:26 PM

Young artists say they often receive offers by email to purchase their paintings, but many are part of schemes to defraud them by using fake checks and phony shipping companies.

3/17/2023 9:59:47 AM

The Oglala Sioux Tribe recently secured the return of cultural objects kept for over a century in a tiny Massachusetts museum. Now it is seeking consensus on their final resting place.

3/16/2023 4:00:28 AM

The German artist says the 14 paintings here are among his last. Even so, their freshness and spontaneity feels like a new beginning.

3/16/2023 2:32:49 PM

George Lucas’s billion-dollar museum, which has faced delays, is finally coming into focus in Los Angeles. Officials say it should be fully operational by 2025.

3/16/2023 9:38:21 AM

Facing a giant budget deficit, Mayor Eric Adams proposed cuts to New York libraries. But they play an outsize role in the city, offering services and safety.

3/13/2023 12:06:28 PM

Six works in a Lewis-Clark exhibition about health care were perceived to run afoul of a law that prohibits the use of state funds to “promote abortion” or “counsel in favor of abortion.”

3/13/2023 5:23:58 PM

Want to see new art in the city? Check out Bill Viola’s visionary videos and Rose B. Simpson’s otherworldly clay figures.

3/15/2023 4:48:45 PM

The artist transforms collections and inspirations into poetic assemblages wrapped in hemp at Karma Gallery in Los Angeles.

3/17/2023 12:18:20 PM