A brilliant Twitter account compiles outrageous, absurd, sad, and confoundingly real stock photos.
Their new installation at the Park Avenue Armory features drones and facial-recognition technology, yet seems to have no politics at all.
From July 4 to 8, MC Hyland will be in residence among Josiah McElheny’s sculptures, exploring the connection between walking and poetry.
Mysteriously, no mention is made of those lost in the “War on Rugs.”
Hyperallergic staffers pick their favorite destinations within three hours of the city.
A conference running June 30–July 2 brings together creators, curators, and scholars of South Asian American art from across the country.
Under Rep. Nydia Velázquez’s new bill, arts workers who provide services to seniors, children, or adolescents would qualify for $10,000 of student loan forgiveness.
The Neo-Domesticity Performance Art Festival features 35 endurance performances happening over the course of four days.
Some two dozen performers took over the building’s public garden on June 14 to protest President Trump’s plan to eliminate the NEA.
An event on June 15 will explore how nightclubs have historically been home to “nonconformist communities” through the lens of design.
Originally made for the 2007 Venice Biennale, the artist’s “Maypole: Take No Prisoners” manifests the spectacle of violence and war.
“The courts need to send a clear message to tackle the scourge of gender-based violence,” said Judge Patricia Goliath when she delivered the sentence.