Street artists offer us momentary respite from the psychological weight of the global crisis.
An art historian uncovers the truth about Marthe Bonnard, for decades labelled as a jealous recluse with a neurotic need to bathe.
Penn State Laureate William Doan found solace in a daily act that has benefits scientists are just beginning to understand.
Artistic expression is more important than ever as the lockdown drags on.
From Fukushima to a stalkers visual diary, art can be confrontational whether it's far away or uncomfortably close
In times of crisis, the role of art becomes more central to our lives, like it or not.
Largely self-taught, Adams learned to harness the communicative power of photography during his years as a marketing photographer.
To confront colonialism, universities must open their archives and let communities see their pasts, eugenics and all.
Charlotte Salomon's dizzying work of hope and creativity amid destruction and despair, is a moving early example of the contemporary graphic novel
Last fall, a piece of art work created by AI to resemble 18th century classical western art sold for almost half a million dollars. But the second in the series sold for much less.
Repatriations cannot be made solely on the terms and timeframes that suit European political whims.
Chilean art activists are using social media to expose abuses and, in doing so, they're engaging in the legacy of Latin American mail art
From art that centres the African-American experience to feminist retellings, the British Museum's new exhibition explores culture's enduring fascination with the legend of Troy
Despite the millions used in the transatlantic slave trade and Britain benefitting from their forced labour, a national memorial is proving difficult.
It is essential that scientists seek to understand the unique experiences of individuals with schizophrenia.
New multisensory approaches to presenting visual art propose solutions to barriers that limit access for marginalized audiences.
When we look at art we may not all see the same thing. It all depends on what happens in our brains.
Ultra-clear maps of individual toes were found in the brains of two foot painters – these are not found in typically developed humans.
Finding your creative space with meaning.
The number of students achieving GCSEs in technical and creative subjects along with religious education has declined yet again.