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Giant inflatable Santa Claus showdown – The Artsology Blog

My Belleville (NJ) neighborhood is filled with holiday decorations, and I’ve been photographing them on my evening walks. Last night I noticed these...

Tate Will Cut 12% of Workforce, Eliminating 120 Full-time Jobs

As the United Kingdom emerges from its second lockdown, Tate announced a plan to cut 120 full-time jobs at its London galleries through...

Black Cube, a Nomadic Art Museum, Releases Limited-edition Hardcover Monograph

A Nomadic Art Museum: Black Cube 2015–2020 is an expansive hardcover monograph that celebrates groundbreaking, site-specific artworks produced by Black Cube from 2015...

Why We Danced in the Streets

Sorry not sorry, but the jubilation that erupted across the land was not really for Joe Biden. Upon crossing the 270 electoral votes...

Tyler’s Arts Management Track Nurtures Social and Cultural Leaders

The Tyler School of Art and Architecture has launched a unique arts management track within its MA in Art History degree program, which...

A Historical Look at Costumes From Queen’s Gambit and The Crown

Perhaps you have observed with envy as Beth Harmon of The Queen’s Gambit coolly cornered grown men into merciless checkmates wearing chic A-line...

Museum of the Moving Image Presents Five Highlights From Polish Film Festival Millennium Docs...

Few national cinemas have authored and challenged definitions of nonfiction film more persistently than Polish cinema. From Marcel Łoziński and Krzysztof Kieślowski to...

A Journey of Economic Precarity Across the West

Chloé Zhao has an unusual methodology of blending fiction and fact in her films. In Songs My Brothers Taught Me, The Rider, and...

At British Museum, a Promising But Flawed Start to Grappling With Colonialism

LONDON — Can public museums ever be decolonized? Is there a way to honestly showcase the often violent provenance of many collections in a...

The Travails of Civic Governance Under Israeli Occupation

There are plentiful documentaries about the challenges, peculiarities, and even comedy of municipal-level politics. Placed within the context of the Israeli occupation of...

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