This week, the lack of Black board members at LA arts organizations, how a stolen Magritte painting may have funded terrorism, the NFT funhouse mirror, the Tulsa Race Massacre, and more.
Michael Zelehoski’s sculpture “Miguelito” is crafted with plywood used to board up businesses during last summer’s racial justice protests.
This week, artists who marry, the Torah on privilege, Alamo artifacts under scrutiny, universities as right-wing institutions, and more.
This week, new photos from Jupiter, memes as journalism, dating the Cerne Abbas Giant, art cookbooks, the importance of the Attica prison rebellion, and more.
Jake Hanrahan of Popular Front is part of a new wave of war reporters making their own documentaries and podcasts to offer us a candid look at conflicts around the world.
With the support of the Emily H. Tremaine Foundation, Hyperallergic is offering five monthlong journalism fellowships for curators that each include a grant of $5,000.
Curated by the Earl of Bushwick, Queer-y-ing the Arab focuses on the bedroom and private realm.
The unorthodox program will gather together a group of thought leaders for 10 months to reflect and advise on happenings in the art community.
This week, the anthropological use and abuse of human remains, rest and liberation, the cult of Trump, the cicada invasion, the first frozen margarita machine, and more.
We can’t pass up a fun meme, so after encountering the recent Types of ____ Paper meme making the rounds, we had some fun and conjured up an array of art history papers that may sound strangely familiar-ish.
This week, the Tartarian conspiracy, labor issues at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, a Russian singer trapped in a Chinese reality TV show, Hollywood’s copyright obsession, and more.
This week, defining “carceral heritage,” the story of a teen in the infamous Kent State photograph, considering Nicolas de Staël, digital blackface, and more.