For the Allure of Matter exhibition the curators propose “Material Art” as a useful, retroactive designation of art that has existed in China since the 1980s and continues today.
Filmmaker Lauren Greenfield talks to Hyperallergic about her documentary The Kingmaker.
With her latest photography book, Maha Alasaker offers an authentic glimpse into the daily lives of Kuwaiti women, untainted by orientalist prejudice.
Also, conservative donor Rebekah Mercer leaves the board of the American Museum of Natural History, Bong Joon-ho’s film Parasite prompts housing reform in South Korea, and more.
The map responds to the more than 80 Polish municipal and local governments that announced themselves as “free from LGBT ideology.”
While the government promises to preserve the Picasso murals to be utilized in a new building, preservationists are unmoved.
Priced at $17.76, the pre-sale has already sold out.
Drawn from archival photographs, memories, and imagination, Cassi Namoda’s family portraits emanate warmth and comfort.
A reporter visits the new MassArt Art Museum (MAAM) and speaks to some of the 2,600 visitors who passed through the front doors on opening day.
Started as a way for digital and new media artists to circumvent the elitist infrastructure of art fairs, the Wrong hosts work online, for free. This year they’ve added a physical exhibition in Chicago.
Also, the collection of a former president of the Museum of Modern Art — valued at $450 million — will be sold, and more.
From questionable race science to an inaccurate synthesis of a mummy’s voice, scholars regularly contribute to providing poor understandings of the past.