Hyperallergic is a proud media sponsor of this year’s Photographers for Friends 2014 Benefit and Auction on March 25 at the Dream Downtown in New York City, with co-chairs Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper.Continue Reading →
Hyperallergic is in Los Angeles for the LA Art Book Fair and we’ve decided it’s time to invite all our SoCal readers to an informal meetup at a bar in downtown LA: Tony’s Saloon!Continue Reading →
Today, Hyperallergic will be publishing on a holiday schedule in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.Continue Reading →
Whether you celebrate Epiphany, Three Kings Day, Armenian Christmas, Feast of Theophany, or Eastern Orthodox Christmas on January 6 or 7, we wish you a happy holiday!Continue Reading →
Have you ever wanted to write about art and visual culture for Hyperallergic? Well, here’s your chance. Hyperallergic is looking for correspondents in Los Angeles, London, San Francisco, Boston, Toronto, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and Seattle.Continue Reading →
Last Wednesday night, the inaugural edition of the After Hours series kicked off at the Room Mate Grace Hotel lounge in New York’s Times Square with a haunting installation by artist Marco Brambilla and an ethereal performance by Cammisa Buerhaus. Co-organized by Times Square Arts and Clocktower Gallery, the event welcomed the whole Art on Air team, including Joe Ahearn, Beatrice Johnson, David Weinstein, and Jeannie Hopper, as they livestreamed from the, venue interviewing the participating artists and attendees throughout the night. The temporary exhibit was generously hosted by Room Mate Grace Hotel. Hyperallergic was the exclusive media partner for the event, and the whole Hyperallergic team was there.Continue Reading →
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The survey is anonymous and we will not be collecting or sharing any personal information about individuals. Please take a moment now to fill out the reader survey. We’d really appreciate it. Thanks!Continue Reading →