Aria Dean’s upcoming lecture at Machine Project, “Busta Rhymes at the End of the World,” will focus on apocalyptic themes in the rapper’s oeuvre.
The exhibition at David Zwirner gallery features five decades’ worth of Neel’s paintings and drawings of people of color.
After the office of President Erdoğan condemned the cartoon, the publisher of Gırgır closed the magazine and threatened to file criminal complaints against staffers.
References to artists and writers that were once prolific members of public life but later chose to vanish from public view are planted throughout Claire Tabouret’s show.
Matt Freedman is at heart a storyteller, working for years as a writer and cartoonist. Stringing together obtuse veins of thought, he fabricates alternate realities and histories.
A comic written by Pete Toms is peopled with bleak characters in a state of resigned existential crisis.
Representative William Lacy Clay claims the removal of a painting by one of his constituents was an act of censorship that violates the 1st Amendment.
If painting maps the mind, then Steve DiBenedetto must be a very interesting guy to hang out with.
After months of protests, a Boyle Heights art nonprofit has decided to leave the contested neighborhood that activists say is being gentrified with the help of the art community.
An exhibition at the Frick Collection unites for the first time three of J.M.W. Turner’s 1820s port paintings, created in an age of newly open borders in Europe.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected two poems by Alan Felsenthal for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.
The city is shutting down the Russell Industrial Center, a decades-old mainstay of the Detroit art scene, due to violations of local ordinances and safety and building codes.