Rosler is not expecting art to end wars or change policy, but she wants to make the viewer pay attention to both in the first place.
Anonymous Was a Woman announces the recipients of its 2018 grants, Kameelah Janan Rasheed is an artist-in-residence at the Brooklyn Public Library, and more.
Liz Cohen, an artist and award-winning lowrider mechanic, creates vibrant tributes to the women who have modeled for Lowrider since 1977.
Artists from all over the world have flocked to the city, raising the question of what exactly it means to be an “Angeleno artist.”
When will organizations stop spending millions on rebranding campaigns that swap images for bland, all-text fonts?
The eight artists in the exhibition represent an array of art-making practices, including painting, sculpture, photography, video, performance, and site-specific installations.
The Andy Warhol Foundation will distribute $1.4 million to organizations for artist-driven projects across 14 cities.
Blame it on the Audience presents cinematic works that resonate with Farber’s teachings.
In Art and China after 1989, now at SFMOMA, China’s emergence onto the world stage is eclipsed by persisting Orientalist ideas and Western modes of curation.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected one poem by Daniel Borzutzky for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.
A coalition of over 5,000 New Yorkers has protested the museum’s expansion into Theodore Roosevelt Park, but on Monday, a judge allowed the $383 million project to move forward.
Adding another powerful online brand to its purse, Walmart recently announced the acquisition of Art.com, which calls itself the “world’s largest online specialty retailer of high-quality wall art.”