One casualty of the Anschluss is often overlooked — the many women sculptors and painters whose names and works were lost to history.
Following a new complaint against Purdue Pharma, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is reviewing its gift acceptance policy.
Police arrived at the Kloss auction house in Berlin to seize three watercolors signed “A. Hitler” — an attribution now believed to be fraudulent.
Hilde Schramm used her paintings belonging to her Nazi father to help Jewish women artists.
How Berthold Lubetkin hid a piece of his Jewish history in his iconic building.
Few displays of grief are as curious as that favored by the Israeli artist Dov Or-Ner, a Holocaust survivor who dresses as Adolf Hitler.
“We are not in a legal position to buy something that according to Italian and international law we already own.”
Elizabeth Wurtzel’s real father is Bob Adelman, the man who photographed Martin Luther King’s “Dream.”
A Jewish theater impresario, an infamous Colombian drug lord and a Japanese businessman are connected by a 1957 painting by Salvador Dalí.
Rosler seems to have converted to an inflexible sect of conceptual art, which sounds suspiciously like the thing she thought she was fleeing.
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