As our fears about the apocalypse have changed, so have our media depicting them. What do these new forms of media say about morality in a post-apocalyptic environment?
Wall Street's sculpture showdown provokes questions of artist intent in public art.
Rather than obscuring the forces that led to Emmett Till's murder, Dana Schutz's controversial painting of Till's open casket forces the viewer to reflect on racism's dehumanization.
Richard Mosse's photos of the refugee crisis, taken with equipment originally used for military surveillance, spark questions of depicting the vulnerable.
Images of the Syrian refugee crisis by Ai Weiwei have sparked controversy and questions of how to respond to the tragedy of Aylan Kurdi.
Examining the legacy of the Srebrenica genocide through the personal possessions of its victims.
The difficult struggle between saving antiquities and practicing cultural colonialism.
In February, Dr. Wesley Cray of Grand Valley State University presented his talk "Unperformable Works and the Ontology of Art" as a part of the...
For "altruism porn" shows like "The Briefcase," is raising awareness justification enough?
Traditionally "white spaces," art museums must navigate the tensions between accessibility, representation and financial stability.
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