Though Popeye was created by a Jewish cartoonist, the spinach-eating sailor man’s first entrance into literary fiction was in an anti-Semitic context.
Ivy L. Barsky will leave the institution in June.
Ancient wine vessels and modern guitars are both implements of Dionysian revelry, even if they’re separated by over 2,000 years of history.
A student put up anti-Semitic art from Der Stürmer next to flyers with Valley’s cartoons.
“People are eating less meat at home, but when they go out, they want the experience of treating themselves to the best meat they can find.”
No matter how bad of an artist Hitler was, the Nazis understood the importance of design, marketing and branding.
Elizabeth Warren has officially voiced support for removing the Sackler name from buildings at Harvard University.
Even in his most harebrained projects, Cohen couldn’t help being cool.
Pioneering art collector Dr. Richard Simms was on the Los Angeles County Museum board for 12 years. So, why did he give his collection to the Getty?
How did Dr. Richard Simms, an African-American dentist, become the world’s foremost collector of the art of Käthe Kollwitz?
Nancy Spero has to be among the least withholding artists of the twentieth century
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