Disabilities

Frick Collection honoured for employing people with disabilities

The institution is the first New York museum to be honoured by the city’s mayor for its employment efforts

'The goal of every artist is to express what they see': Legally blind painter and Star Trek actor Bruce Horak on abstracting the unseen

The visually impaired artist, who portrays the blind telepathic alien Lieutenant Hemmer in Star Trek’s new streaming series, has been working on a 1,000-piece portrait series over the past decade

Largest-ever exhibition of work by disabled artists in UK to be staged across museums nationwide, including Tate and Arnolfini in Bristol

Thirty-one artists will "disrupt" institutions with nonsensical and surreal work, inspired by the rebellious spirit of the Dada movement

Museumsanalysis

People with disabilities are the world’s largest minority, but disabled artists remain underrepresented in European museums. Is that about to change?

Projects on disability still remain peripheral in institutional programming—and the pandemic threatens what progress has been made

The Ukrainian artist making disability visible through painting and photography

Anna Litvinova, who suffers from myopathy, is hoping to continue her work in the UK after fleeing the Russia-Ukraine war

Art marketanalysis

Neurodiverse and disabled artists are joining the mainstream—yet discrimination persists

With Project Art Works nominated for the Turner Prize and growing institutional interest, the art world is waking up to "outsiders" but advocates fear their exploitation

Christie's to offer paid internships to students with disabilities

Auction house has partnered with disability charity Leonard Cheshire's Change 100 programme to give work placements in-house and fund others at Tate and National Galleries of Scotland