This weekend, we’re proud to debut our new section, Hyperallergic Weekend.
Spearheaded by John Yau and Thomas Micchelli, both former editors of the Brooklyn Rail, Claudia La Rocco, regular contributor to the New York Times, and Albert Mobilio of Bookforum, this exciting new forum for deepening the conversation on Hyperallergic will also feature guest contributors every week.
Hyperallergic Weekend continues our aspirations to develop a publication that will engage with ideas and news on a daily basis. We’re very happy that Hyperallergic has been able to grow over the past two years to become an important venue for cultural discussion. We enjoy a passionate global readership and continue to attract leading voices in arts and letters but we also know that the best is yet to come.
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Onward and upward!
Join Hyperallergic for an online conversation with cultural organizer and curator La Tanya S. Autry on February 1 at 7pm (EST).
This week, the Tonga eruption as captured from space, Boston gets a big gift of Dutch and Flemish painting, 30 years of New Queer Cinema, an important Marcel Breuer house is demolished, and much more.
At this free online summit, hear from architects Tadao Ando and Lesley Lokko; artist Himali Singh Soin; author Amitav Ghosh; design studio Formafantasma; and more.
Being bowled over by an unknown artist’s first one-person show does not happen often but when it does, it renews your faith that the art world is not just about buzz and hype.
Surrealist images of a Rice Krispies box or Yukon Gold potato explore how data is transformed into the visual language called art.
This immersive video installation utilizes waterscape scenes to speak about concepts such as existence, intimacy, healing, and aquatic ecology.
What is wonderful about the online photography exhibition What Have We Stopped Hiding? is that one is given entrée to the internal monologue of the artists featured in the show.
Self-taught artists were invited to exhibit, and sell, their fuzzy stacks of pancakes and tasseled tapestries.
Curator, educator, and transdisciplinary artist Jova Lynne is coming from MOCAD to lead Temple Contemporary exhibitions and public programs.
Our culture seems obsessed with the artist/model relationship, portrayed in countless movies and narratives as a relationship that is lustful and scandalous.
Creator Art Spiegelman said he was “baffled” by the decision and called the school board’s behavior “Orwellian.”
The winners of this year’s Ocean Art Underwater Photo Contest prove that life is indeed better under the sea.