Art & Design
Jason Allen won $300 using a piece of artwork generated by an artificial intelligence.
When the Taliban returned to power, cultural heritage advocates worried history might repeat itself and the group would destroy objects it found offensive. The museum is open now but has few visitors.
Latino comic book fans have taken to social media to call out DC Comics' latest attempt at appealing to their Latino fans. Art shows DC superheroes holding or eating a variety of Latin American foods.
Santa Fe Indian Market marked its 100th anniversary. It began as a way of preserving what white curators thought of as traditional, but artists say the market today is a place of innovation.
Ayesha Rascoe talks with the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Andrea Bayer about a new New York law requiring museums to acknowledge if a work of art was stolen by the Nazi regime.
"Regeneration" examines 73 years of film history, from the silent movie days to the rise of the Blaxploitation era.
A new exhibit at Victoria and Albert Museum corrects the misperception that high fashion belongs to Western designers. The fierce garments attest to the motto of a Ghanaian: "West is not always best."
Artist Rafael López used his upbringing in Mexico City for inspiration. It took two years of development before the set launched, and each stamp will carry on a cultural legacy forever.