As many artists and art lovers alike continue to hunker down at home, nonprofit Tiger Strikes Asteroid will launch its second edition of #AskTigerStrikesAsteroid, a new series of Q&As with artists.
The Sex Workers’ Pop-Up brings together installations, performances, and conversations from an exciting group of international artists, many of whom are or were sex workers themselves.
From art about environmental recklessness to Caribbean post-coloniality, Armory kicked off the spring art fair season in spite of growing coronavirus concerns.
Embracing the full spectrum of Caribbean experiences and cultures, Third Horizon has created a dynamic community devoted to highlighting cinema from and about the region its founders call home.
About Black people, and made for Black people, Davis’s compositions — whether hazy, nostalgic, or sumptuously surreal — are of a world that is both familiar yet strange.
This Saturday, Anthology Film Archives presents Representations of Leaving: Queer Death and Heavens, a program of experimental shorts focused on experiences of loss, rebirth, and queer utopia.
Each known for their genre-bending improvisation, the two musicians will treat audiences to a special double bill at Public Records on Thursday — Young’s first solo performance in over 10 years.
In her debut feature Atlantics, Mati Diop renders stories of migration through a feminist lens, offering a meditation on who gets to forge their own path.
A recent recipient of the prestigious Heinz Award, the artist and filmmaker discusses his process and the importance of seeing art-making as another form of labor. Hyperallergic also has an exclusive stream of his short film Ears, Nose and Throat.
Hyperallergic talks to director Garrett Bradley about gaps in film preservation, her new film America, and the retrospective it’s a part of at BAM.
We’ve selected gems from the 13th edition of Bushwick Open Studios, from elegant gouache depictions of domestic scenes to cheery dioramas of Sears build-your-own-home kits.
As Nuotama Frances Bodomo’s short film Afronauts debuts online, the director discusses de-centering hero narratives and the weaponizing of reality against African stories.