It’s uncertain when the Louvre in Paris will reopen, but the forced closure has granted the famed museum a golden opportunity to carry out long-overdue refurbishments that were simply not possible with nearly 10 million visitors a year.
Together, two Black women have formed Save the Boards to Memorialize the Movement, part of a push to preserve the ephemeral expressions of anger and pain born of outrage over racial injustice that triggered weeks of protests across the country.
Painter Guy Stanley Philoche, a star in the New York art world, had wanted to treat himself to a fancy watch after a hugely successful gallery show. Then the pandemic hit, and he feared for all the struggling artists who haven't been so lucky.
Jed Leiber's quest to reclaim a centuries-old collection, once in the possession of his grandfather, of ancient religious artworks currently on display in Berlin will go before the United States Supreme Court on Monday.