Postponement of exhibition on Russian architecture school sparks accusations of ‘censorship and historical erasure’
New York’s Cooper Union postponed an exhibition on Vkhutemas, a school that operated in Moscow for ten years in the early 20th century before Stalin shut it down
Bureaucratic but not boring: exhibition explores the visual history of US election ballots
With early voting already underway in the 2020 presidential election, a show at New York's Cooper Union reveals the "power of design in our civic process"
Cooper Union accused of censorship as Stalin banner is removed
The controversial image was removed after protests from local community, many of whom were Ukrainian