Anthony Roth Costanzo has made it his mission to make classical music appealing to broader and younger audiences. It worked.
The film, Something Good–Negro Kiss, subverts the corrupt racism imbued in the history of American minstrelsy. The film will join the Library of Congress’s National Film Registry for its significance in American culture.
The new Bhubaneswar Art Trail cuts a path through the city’s Old Town district, leading visitors to exhibitions in schoolrooms, temple complexes, gardens, and private residences.
From one-day workshops to semester-long courses, take the opportunity to immerse yourself and be inspired.
Last year, a group of artists and activists developed a project satirizing Mexico’s mistreatment of the migrant “caravan” from Central America. When media outlets started broadcasting their satirical video, it triggered an outcry against what many cast as hypocritical racism and bigotry. Does it matter that the video was fake?
Here are our favorite Brooklyn shows of 2018, brought to you by the writers and editors of Hyperallergic.
In the Jameel Arts Centre’s inaugural exhibit, 17 artists explore how the discovery of oil in the Arab region has both harmed and benefited the people living there.
This week, Crazy Rich Asians flops at the box office in China, artists are quitting Instagram, an LA mural sparks debate, and more.
The Pre-Raphaelite artist mixed horror and decadence to create a feeling of unnaturalness.
Guston and Steinberg are unclassifiable figures who satirized political figures, artists, poseurs, and American consumerism.
One or two of the paintings in Grotjahn’s latest show might be interesting to look at, but a giant gallery space full of them becomes overbearing and tedious.