Scout Tufankjian spent a month in post-war Artsakh to witness the controversial ceasefire that would involve the removal of lands from the sovereignty of the Republic of Artsakh.
This edition explores the realities facing the monuments, churches, and landmarks currently threatened in post-war Artsakh, while considering the complexities that are often overlooked.
This week, a little girl discovers a dinosaur footprint, the constructed history of Chandigarh chairs, a brief history of house galleries in Los Angeles, new revelations about the assassination of Malcolm X, 10 images that reveal what we know about Mars, and more.
The crew of Fake Famous generated followers for aspiring Instagram celebs, demonstrating the artifice of internet success.
This week, NASA lands on Mars, retiring the Group of Seven, the Pentagon’s algorithm-driven weapons, the life of Stan Lee, Stonehenge’s Welsh origins, and more.
This week, a newly uncovered Aztec sculpture, hi-res images of the Raphael Cartoons and the Bayeux Tapestry, COVID in Yemen, comedy’s alt-right problem, and more.
Unsatisfied with Netflix like most of us, artists Melissa Vadakara and Marios Tzavellas decided the neighborhood needed a “symbolic protector.”
Hyperallergic’s news team gets together to go over the highlights of our coverage from the past week.
This week, how to reform political reporting, the most 2021 rejection ever, how gaming informs QAnon, and more.
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The short film Egg Cream explores the history of the Downtown Jewish concoction.
Earlier this month Robin Kaiser-Schatzlein wrote about the creative class and how eulogies may be premature: While this system produces culture, no one is paid enough, and the rent climbs ever upward. I once worked an art fair with a kindly but grizzled art handler who told me that he’d been making the same rate […]