Any Brooklyn art lover is probably familiar with Wagmag, the helpful guide to the borough’s art spaces, and now it’s time to show them your support during their annual benefit this Tuesday, May 27, 2014 from 7–9pm at Kunsthalle Galapagos (16 Main Street, Dumbo, Brooklyn)
Hyperallergic is in Los Angeles for the LA Art Book Fair and we’ve decided it’s time to invite all our SoCal readers to an informal meetup at a bar in downtown LA: Tony’s Saloon!
Today, Hyperallergic will be publishing on a holiday schedule in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
By Michael Leong, Albert Mobilio, Barry Schwabsky, and John Yau
Hyperallergic is giving you the chance to win your own copy of The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffiti! Five lucky winners will receive a copy of the new book The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffiti and three K-60 Paint Markers from Krink.
We have a winner! The “People’s Choice” award for this year’s Storefront for Art and Architecture’s Critical Halloween Costume Competition goes to Colin Curley for “Exposed Brick.”
For this year’s Critical Halloween, Hyperallergic and Storefront for Art and Architecture are hosting an online competition to award the “People’s Choice” for best costume. This year’s theme was “Corporate AvantGarde”. You can vote for as many costumes as you’d like, but voting ends Thursday, November 7.
Halloween is next week, which means we’re really looking forward to Storefront for Art and Architecture third annual Critical Halloween, which brings the city’s design, architecture, and art cognoscenti under one roof for a costume part like no other. This year’s theme is … wait for it … “Corporate Avant Garde.”
Designers from 140+ nations have participated in the A’ Design Awards and Competition; the International Juried Design Awards for fame, prestige, and publicity in 2013.
Hyperallergic is giving you the chance to win your own copy of Art That Changed the World! One winner will receive a $250 gift card to Dick Blick Art Materials, plus a copy of Art That Changed the World. Ten runner-up winners will also receive a copy of Art That Changed the World.
Last Saturday, a diverse group of more than 50 art enthusiasts, collectors, gallerists, art advisors, museum professionals, and artists joined Hyperallergic for a day trip to the Hamptons.
Well before Julian Schnabel and Eric Fischl made their indelible mark there, the East End of Long Island has loomed large in 20th century American art history. Jackson Pollock decamped from the city to East Hampton when he married Lee Krasner in 1945, establishing a modest home and studio with a loan from Peggy Guggenheim. And Cocaine Cowboys, Uli Lommel’s campy 1979 whodunnit, starred Andy Warhol at his Montauk estate.
Today, Art Southampton, which is in its second year, brings many major national and international galleries to the South Fork, and has in its own right become one of New York’s most important summer art fairs.
Join Hyperallergic & Art Southampton on Saturday, July 27th for an intimate day trip to the Hamptons. We’ll visit the significant private collection at the home of Theodore & Ruth Baum, tour the Art Southampton Fair, and enjoy lunch in the cafe and cocktails in the Art Southampton VIP Lounge with an after-party and dinner at the Southampton Social Club to follow.