Wallis tore up the rule book and pointed a way forward for British painting.
The artist stretched constructs of authority and authorship to impel the viewer’s awareness and participation.
This classic recording brings to life some of our favorite articles from 2015, and showcases the poetry of a few longtime Hyperallergic editors.
How one South Asian popular song, which was recently popularized on TikTok, is raising questions about cultural appropriation online.
How frogs, more recently seen as a symbol of hate on Twitter, are being queered by TikTok users.
The award-winning film is available for streaming from November 25 through December 8, courtesy of Anthology Film Archives, the Polish Cultural Institute New York, and Outsider Pictures.
A look at how some healthcare professionals on TikTok are using the platform to cultivate a healthy conversation about mental illness.
Recent works, including monuments to Mary Wollstonecraft and Medusa, demonstrate that it’s not that women have a problem with public monuments; it’s that public monuments have a problem with us.
In From Dust Cara Despain lays bare that dark chapter of US history when the government tested nuclear weapons on its own soil.
Each semester, students at the Southern California Institute of Architecture can enroll in specialized design studios with faculty and visiting architects.