The work features 24 photo portraits of people who have recently been imprisoned in Spain.
Exhibitions, events, and a forthcoming graphic novel help Kamau Ware chronicle the remarkable black histories of Lower Manhattan.
A performance workshop residency of artists from the Bay Area, US red/swing States, and Russia.
An unnamed Chinese official wants the perpetrator to be punished — and says the museum should pay for failing to protect priceless artifacts.
In Juneau, Alaska, a vaguely Japanese-inspired outfit — featuring silks, dragon scales, and a white model in geisha make-up — sparked controversy.
The Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles acquired the items that are now on display in an exhibition that underscores the tragic context of their making.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected one poem by Emily Hunt for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.
The Ancient Graffiti Project is now fundraising to conduct fieldwork of graffiti at Herculaneum this summer.
Museum leaders and the Massachusetts Attorney General reached an agreement to keep Norman Rockwell’s “Shuffleton’s Barbershop” on public display, but opponents of the sale are petitioning the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
At the College Art Association conference, artists, curators, and writers will talk about contemporary forms of feminist resistance and their historical precedents.
Sugimoto’s Hirshhorn design is the latest to transform the Smithsonian museum on the National Mall.
Curator, theorist, and historian Ariella Azoulay questions the connections between the origins of modern art and the stolen artifacts lining the walls of European museums.