In the series called Franklin we watch a city get built over time, beginning centuries back and then evolving in a way which mirrors the growth of many real American cities.
Inspired by the curator’s manifesto, artists look at how points where the parasite and the host engage or “interrupt” each other.
We have big challenges and we need Big Challenges!
Hulu got out of the gate early, dropping Fyre Fraud as a surprise one week ahead of Netflix’s planned release of Fyre. Watching the films, an interesting contrast emerges.
Thanks to artist Max Siedentopf, the 1982 soft-rock staple turned über-meme has reached its logical conclusion.
Students develop dexterity through training in analog craft and digital fabrication, studies in history and theory, and exercises in real-world application.
As an artist-parent, I’ve tried to keep a sort of hands-off/crayons-out approach.
Lange granted the younger artist an enduring gift: an introduction to a man who would become her lifelong physician and trusted friend, respected thoracic surgeon Dr. Leo Eloesser.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected two poems by Ricardo Hernandez for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.
Artists are being asked to pay to play in what is marketed as an open call for art in public space.
The New Museum has partnered with the Museum of Transgender Hirstory & Art (MOTHA) for the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
András Böröcz reflects on the ambiguities of Hungarian cultural-political reality.