Scribbled instructions for incoming patients plastered on the window of a silent hospital reception counter. A lone worker in a hazmat suit, steadily spraying disinfectant in an empty hospital hallway.
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.
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.
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.