This week, artists reflect on quarantining from their studios in Brooklyn, Florence, MA, Los Angeles, and Nassau, NY.
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The CDC revealed Santa Claus is immune to COVID. Architect David Adjaye discusses his plans with Alex Marshall of the New York Times for an institution to house looted treasures on their to return to Nigeria: There have been calls for a museum housing the Benin Bronzes in Nigeria for decades. What drew you to […]
This week, artists reflect on quarantining from their studios in Baltimore, Brooklyn, and Queens.
This week, the US Government is still into classical architecture, Mary Trump talk about her uncle’s loss, the new Google logos are terrible, Baby Yoda’s frog problem, total landscaping for all seasons, and more.
This week, visiting Trump State Park, human zoos, toxic individualism, science of Baby Yoda, and more.
Hyperallergic’s news team discusses the artistic track records of the Democratic candidates, creative projects combatting voter disenfranchisement, and more.
This week, ethical art careers, Vic Berger’s surrealist Trump video portrait, computer-generated influencers, Jeffrey Gibson’s hybrid exhibition, white supremacy and white marble, and more.
In this wide-ranging conversation, artist and technologist An Xiao Mina discusses the election cycle and the way propaganda is and isn’t being used.
This edition, we look at the origins of the term propaganda, some 20th-century incarnations, and how propaganda is playing out during the 2020 US election.
This week, the rich and their distaste for real reporting, museums and racism, dispronouncing people’s names, Mommalorians, and more.
The artist discusses the controversial incident three years ago in a new essay that explores the conversations prompted with the Walker Art Center.