Oakland fire warehouse (Eric Risberg / Associated Press)

Resident of Warehouse in Oakland Fire Regrets ‘Burning Man Crowd’

The “Ghost Ship,” the warehouse and artists’ colony where 36 people lost their lives in the Oakland fire last Friday night, was “a serious attempt to bring the Black Oakland culture back into the art scene,” former resident Alexander Doré told Breitbart News. However, that vision was overrun by what Doré referred to as the “Burning Man crowd.”

Screen Shot 2016-05-10 at 10.56.12

Art-Loving Mafia Mobster’s Collection In Italy Show

(AFP) – The prized art collection of a mafia boss, confiscated by Italian police, has gone on show in Calabria in an exhibition billed as a “victory of the state” over organised crime. Two paintings by Spanish great Salvador Dali

Politically Correct

History Rewritten: Museum Conducts Politically Correct Purge Of Art

A leading European art museum has expunged politically incorrect words such as “Negro”, “Indian”, “dwarf” and “Mohammedan” from its entire historical collection.  The cultural cleansing has occurred as the Rijksmuseum, in Amsterdam, and is endorsed by the International Council of

Oakland Mural (William Newtom / Flickr / CC / Cropped)

First Amendment: Developers Sue Oakland over Art

Developers are suing the City of Oakland, alleging that it is violating the First and Fifth Amendments by requiring them to pay a percentage of construction projects towards funding public art.

AP Photo

‘Gay’ Tour Views Vatican Art Through a Warped Lens

For the LGBT tour company appropriately called “Quiiky,” beauty isn’t the only thing in the eye of the beholder. Their homoerotic look at the Vatican Museums purports to discover gay art behind every fig leaf, which seems to reveal more