The historian and critic, whom the biennale’s president called “a maestro,” will receive the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement.
As the 50th anniversary of the 1968 student takeover approaches, the neglected story of African-American protesters is moving to the center of the story.
Five women went public with accounts about how the professor had harassed them while they were his students.
Five women who studied with Mr. Roma at Columbia University and at the School of Visual Arts said he behaved inappropriately.
A historical preservation project samples the varied aromas in the Morgan Library & Museum, one of the world's most important rare-book collections.
Mr. Mac’s marathon “24-Decade History of Popular Music” was praised as “a vast, immersive, subversive, audacious and outrageous experience.”
A new historical report prepared by the university illuminates how human bondage seeped into the life of the institution.
The Times critic Michael Kimmelman reflects on how architects have changed New York City this year, making it more livable, humane and energizing.
There’s a perception that studying Rembrandt or Rothko is not a “serious” academic discipline, but that seems to be at odds with the prestige conferred on art and artists.