Italian street artist Alessia Babrow alleges the Vatican used a reproduction of one of her images as its 2020 Easter postage stamp.
Author Dav Pilkey issued an apology for “The Adventures of Ook and Gluk: Kung-Fu Cavemen From the Future,” which he said is “harmful to my Asian readers.”
“My only two rules were that I had to set alarms for random minutes of each day, and I had to photograph the exact task I was doing when they went off,” says photographer Justin Wee.
Non-fungible tokens have captured the attention of artists and collectors alike — with one digital art piece selling this week for nearly $70 million.
The Dr. Seuss debacle is a case study in the right-wing grievance industry reframing normal, age-old processes as sinister suppression.
The yogi and filmmaker talks about her new film, “(In)Visible Portraits,” and why telling Black women’s stories is more important than ever.
In her new memoir, “Assume Nothing,” Selvaratnam reflects on her abusive relationship with former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
After Chris Harrison’s controversial remarks on “Extra,” progressive viewers, contestants and recappers say they want accountability not just from the host, but from the franchise as a whole.
Two new books, Lauren Oyler’s “Fake Accounts” and Patricia Lockwood’s “No One Is Talking About This,” try make sense of our lives with social media.
In the latest installment of “Getting Through…,” the activist and writer talks about how being a citizen is to “invest in relationships with others and with ourselves.”