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Why You Should Go See Hannah Gadsby’s It’s Pablo-matic
The male-dominated art establishment has always used Pablo Picasso’s “genius” to marginalize women. On the 50th anniversary of his death, this is the only show to challenge that.
Pau Pescador Celebrates Safe Havens
The LA-based trans fem nonbinary artist shares insights on transition, intimacy, and being vulnerable.
by Elaine Velie
UC Davis Arts and Humanities Grads Take Center Stage in Wide-Ranging Show
Featuring projects by 30 graduate students, this multidisciplinary exhibition is on view at the Manetti Shrem Museum through June 25.
Portugal Hospital Removes Artwork About Its Slavery Ties
Dori Nigro and Paulo Pinto’s work discusses the Centro Hospitalar Conde de Ferreira, funded in part by the trafficking of enslaved people from Angola to Brazil.
by Sage Behr
Photographer Frank Stewart Gets His First Museum Retrospective
Ahead of the exhibition, Hyperallergic spoke to the artist about his images of jazz musicians and everyday Black individuals in moments of closeness and stillness.
Call for Applications: $90,000 MFA Fellowship for New Americans
Funding MFAs and other full-time graduate degrees, the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans supports immigrants and the children of immigrants in the US.
Hundreds Sign Petition in Support of Artist Shellyne Rodriguez
Scholars and artists accuse Hunter College and the School of Visual Arts of “craven hypocrisy” for firing Rodriguez as she faced vicious right-wing media attacks.
This week, America’s toxic love for Tina Turner, the hype over UFOs, real-life “Mexico filter” in New York, and more.
Yale University Press Presents The Art of Colour: The History of Art in 39 Pigments
Kelly Grovier discusses his book on the history of pigments in a new podcast episode, making the case for how myths and science can enrich how we experience art.
Medieval Stone Penis Weapon Sharpener Says a Lot About Men
The stone object “materializes the symbolic association between violence, weapons, and masculinity,” said the lead archaeologist.
by Elaine Velie
Ukrainian Artist Polina Raiko’s House-Museum Likely Lost to Flood
The house filled with frescoes is reportedly “underwater” after a dam breach in the Russian-occupied Kherson region.