This week, a rare fossil is discovered, a new book on artist Niki de Saint Phalle is published, the erasure of women philosophers continues, a culinary map of China, and much more.
In this episode of the Hyperallergic podcast, Lanier talks about her continuing quest for justice that includes the return of the daguerreotypes depicting her enslaved ancestors.
The world’s oldest art biennial is back, and this year we’ve found a way to make it all a little easier for you to navigate with our fun-filled Bingo card.
This week, national participation in the Venice Biennale, teen depression in the US, the “pity me” personal essay, reimagining borders, and more.
This week, a mural in Belarus is a symbol of defiance, an excellent report about the 2020 election big lie, Chomsky and the dangers ahead, if you like Wordle, you might enjoy Heardle, and much more.
Harout Bastajian has built a career painting calligraphic and geometric designs for the domes of mosques around the world. The results are stunning.
An influencer who goes by the handle @halbaddie has been helping define what “Met Gala Behavior” is in 2022.
This week, an early conceptual artwork by Yves Klein goes to auction, the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will finally include a section on the pivotal role of Jewish immigrants, the inventor of GIFs dies, and much more.
This week, an ancient animal is named after President Biden, sportwashing, blood art in museums, almost the world’s biggest potato, and more.
Informed by the legacies of Standing Rock and the January 6 insurrection, the artist grapples with ideas around site and his own agency.
This week, the oldest mummies in the world, whitewashing an autocrat, a useful reading list about Ukraine, SPLC released their new report on hate, seeking a new language around race, and more.
Using projections, artworks, spoken word, music, and dance, Newsome continues to push the boundaries of his artistic vision.