The Punto y Raya Festival (Spanish for “Dot and Line”) features the work of over 4,500 artists who focus on “pure form, color, motion and sound.”
Artists are calling for the removal of Dana Schutz’s painting “Open Casket” from the 2017 Whitney Biennial, while others want more drastic action.
The Making+Meaning summer program offers participants the opportunity to join the vibrant design community at SCI-Arc as they work on projects to jumpstart or enhance a design portfolio.
All of your pre-Code goods are here: blood and guns and tentacles and stranglings and hell demons.
The Chinese American Museum’s exhibition Roots uses books, posters, films, and music to examine the politicization of Asian Americans.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected one poem by Alex Dimitrov for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.
An exhibition at the National Gallery of Art highlights the environmental and artistic influence of 19th-century landscape photography in the eastern United States.
One side of artist Karen Fiorito’s billboard depicts a scowling Donald Trump flanked by fiery mushroom clouds and symbols that merge the Nazi swastika with the dollar sign, while the other features a message of unity.
Adriana Martínez, who has organized a multi-faceted collective in Bogotá, focuses on the geopolitical implications of resource distribution in her art.
Exhibitions by Imani Roach, Soda_Jerk, and Anthony Warnick at SPACES gallery explore American racial prejudice across different periods of time.
BravinLee is raising $10,000 on Kickstarter to design a giant, inflatable rat made to look like Donald Trump.
On March 23, UnionDocs is showing the latest version of a still-in-progress documentary Martha Rosler filmed in South Africa in 1990.