A billboard bashing Trump’s child separation policy for asylum-seeking immigrants greeted commuters in the San Francisco area yesterday morning.Read more
The Museum of Sex calls it a “First Amendment case.”
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The German curator expresses her gratitude to the investigation’s researchers, while board members step down “to end the turmoil” in Amsterdam.Read more
But she also could have been more forthcoming about her outside income.
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The German Lost Art Foundation’s expertise in researching Nazi-era loot could expand as demands for restitution grow at home and abroad.Read more
But another 772 remain, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
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For Freedoms is teaming the Kickstarter to make a splash in all 50 states, plus Puerto Rico and Washington, DC.Read more
The star curator had an ambitious but turbulent tenure.
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The addition of six stone slabs to the existing 9/11 memorial honors first responders and recovery workers.Read more
The union aims to make its case loud and clear to MoMA patrons.
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