Art can connect different people — and overcome prejudice — in ways that cold, calculating arguments cannot.
Timothée Chalamet is finally being recognized for the masterpiece that he is.
Cultural appropriation, appreciation, or neither?
A prisoner at the Janowska concentration camp was an architect — and his art documented the sexual violence inflicted on his fellow prisoners.
Soutine was illustrating the way in which death could reach for and resemble the guise of life.
Heirs to an Austrian performer who died in Dachau saw that the paintings were up for sale in New York in 2015.
An oil portrait believed to have been painted by Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler of a little-known former lover will go under the hammer.
The choreographers called the rejection “reverse discrimination,” saying it holds artists accountable for the actions of their governments.
The couple sold their art collection under duress in 1938 in order to escape Germany for the United States.
The owners of these 31 paintings have yet to be determined.