The Whitney Museum Just Honored Leonard Lauder in a Big Way
The collector and philanthropist was an early supporter of the museum's move to the meatpacking district.
Why I've Been Protesting in Front of the Texas Governor's Mansion All Month
Twenty-year-old Sadie Hernandez wants to make sure women throughout the state have access to cancer screenings.
China Hints at Political Clampdown as Hong Kong Protests Enter Fifth Month
Rights observers say there were several incidents in which police used 'disproportionate' force against Halloween protesters and bar-goers.
One month on, what we can still learn from Thoothukudi protests
Amazon pulls conversion therapy books like 'A Parent’s Guide to Preventing Homosexuality' after 3...
The books were flagged to Amazon three months ago by activist Rojo Alan, who himself experienced so-called 'gay conversion therapy' as a child.
The Hong Kong protests have been going on for months. What explains this sustained action?
Here’s how leaderless protests get people out on the streets.
At Least 24,000 Inmates Have Staged Coordinated Protests in the Past Month. Why Have You Not...
Hunger strikes, labor strikes, and other actions have hit at least 29 prisons in at least 12 states.
Vedanta's Tuticorin copper plant gets NGT nod for reopening months after protests killed 13
On August 9, the tribunal had allowed Vedanta to enter administrative unit inside its plant at Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu, observing that no environmental damage would be caused by allowing access to the section.
What Happened at the Whitney Museum Gala?
How the New Whitney Museum Was Designed to Resist Climate Change
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, institutions all over the country are making plans to seal themselves off from the elements.
10 Things You Should Know About the New Whitney Museum
There's much ado about the new Whitney Museum of American Art in Manhattan—but we uncovered a few facts that not everyone will know.
Here's a Look at What the Whitney Museum Has Acquired Over the Past Year |
Among the artists entering its collection for the first time are Yuji Agematsu, Marlon Mullen, Sable Elyse Smith, and Mierle Laderman Ukeles. Read More
Three Lessons from Artists’ Protests of the Whitney Museum in the 1960s
Activist efforts targeting the Whitney Museum of American Art across the 1960s and ’70s provide a starting point to consider the ways in which activists today can effect meaningful changes.
I'm One Of 1000 UK Artists Boycotting Israel. Here’s Why
As Thurston Moore, Miss Lauryn Hill and Primus become the latest to cancel shows in Tel Aviv, British-Palestinian musician Samir Eskanda makes the case for the boycott, with contributions from Moore and Jean-Hervé Peron of Faust. Photos by Valerio Berdini
What Happened To ASAP Rocky? Artists Boycott Sweden Amid 'Inhumane' Jail Conditions
Artists are boycotting Sweden amid A$AP Rocky's seemingly unjust detainment in a Swedish jail.
10 Border Walls That Artists Have Turned Into Powerful Protests
It takes a creative eye and the audacity to draw outside the lines to turn a symbol of division into a message of unity.
Why Starbucks is now on Hong Kong protesters’ business boycott list
The coffee chain's local franchise owner has close China ties.
A $100 Million Estate Battle Between Whitney Board Members Is Heating Up on Facebook
A family fight over the fortune left by the museum’s former vice chairwoman has spilled onto the social network.
Access to Private Property: Labor Board Rules Girl Scout Cookies and Union Protesters are Different
A nonemployee’s solicitation for charitable or civic causes on an employer’s property is not the equivalent of a nonemployee union representative’s engaging in a protest soliciting customers to boycott an employer or in union organizing on the property, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has held. Kroger Limited Partnership, 368 NLRB No. 64 (Sept. 6, 2019).
Cozen O’Connor: The New Cultural Revolution: How Museums, Artist's Studios, and Entertainment...
Paul Rutter, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Real Estate Practice Group, will be speaking at the American College of Real Estate Lawyers 2017 Annual Meeting. Paul will discuss the legal knowledge required for the successful addition of arts, entertainment, or sport uses in Los Angeles and other communities.