For the politically concerned citizen, Untitled 2016 offers cold comfort, but three booths stand out for their focus on human narratives and how they can be processed through art.
A new collaborative comic illustrates a leaked transcript of a Minneapolis PD sergeant’s 1996 interrogation of a 14-year-old black child.
Many of the works in the mega-fair’s public art sector mess with visitors’ expectations of what outdoor sculptures and monuments should be and can do.
A new book by Mark Speltz brings together over 100 rarely or never-before-published photographs from the Civil Rights era that show its grassroots actions beyond the South.
Sam Durant’s “End White Supremacy” goes up on the facade of the Paula Cooper Gallery in New York, and when it comes down is anyone’s guess.
An exhibition explores how the remains of performance art memorialize the past and re-perform for new audiences.
“Conversations at Moore: Who Is We?” takes place at Moore College of Art & Design on Wednesday, December 7, 2016, 6:30pm – 8pm.
The Polish artist Franciszka Themerson’s distinct pictorial language emphasizes the role of the line and its potential even in its most minimal form.
If you’re concerned about the state of arts funding and support under the new incoming administration, then we have some suggestions of what you can do.
Kimsooja’s practice is an attempt to offer some resolution in these times of war, paranoia, fear, and discrimination.
In 1975, artist Bas Jan Ader attempted to sail across the Atlantic. The discovery of his boat 10 months later sparked a fetishistic fascination with his disappearance.
Our new poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected two poems by Ted Powers for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.