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No question the Roosevelt sculpture has to go. But what of the Shaw Memorial in Boston? Eliminate or obscure it, or explain it?

6/25/2020 5:45:39 AM

The post by a longtime department chairman, saying monuments should be protected from “zealots,” prompted staff charges that the museum fosters “a culture of systemic racism.”

6/24/2020 10:58:49 PM

A letter to the director, signed by “The Curatorial Department,” outlines steps the museum should take to diversify its staff, board and exhibitions.

6/23/2020 10:22:59 AM

If New York’s phased reopening goes according to plan, museums will be allowed to open as early as July 20.

6/23/2020 8:35:25 PM

The art museum in Florence was one of the first to use the social media platform, posting unusually irreverent videos that challenge its dignified reputation.

6/24/2020 10:43:15 AM

Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.

6/24/2020 7:48:18 PM

As Art Basel opens online, African-American galleries are glaringly absent.

6/22/2020 9:33:11 AM

The company announced the prohibition after researchers reported that looters were using the platform to identify and sell illegally excavated antiquities.

6/23/2020 3:23:56 PM

The equestrian memorial to Theodore Roosevelt has long prompted objections as a symbol of colonialism and racism.

6/22/2020 8:02:30 AM

“Korean Art From 1953,” a lavish new book, is the most significant English-language overview yet of modern and contemporary art on the peninsula.

6/25/2020 6:00:16 AM