The poet talks to Hyperallergic about A Little Devil in America and the process behind his new music podcast, Object of Sound.
Monica Uszerowicz is a writer and photographer in Miami, FL. She has contributed work to BOMB, Los Angeles Review of Books' Avidly channel, Hazlitt, VICE, and The Miami Rail.
Tomás Esson’s Whirling Gyroscopes of Paint
In The GOAT, tongues, butts, and spillage all combine, expressing a delightful reverence of the corporeal.
The Public and Private Lives of BTS Blur on Tour
Break the Silence, the new concert film about the incredibly popular K-pop band, demonstrates the vulnerability that makes them so beloved by fans.
Aligning the Arts of Tarot and Tattooing
Fellow artists and friends Angel Garcia and Samantha Rehark together developed a project that dovetails tarot and tattoos based on a natural, conceptual similarity between the two practices: the act of trust.
A Miami Gallery and Youth Program Wants to Intercept the School-to-Prison Pipeline
In founding Youth Concept Gallery, Mr. E transformed a dayroom and empty cell block into an art gallery and library with a corresponding art therapy curriculum.
A Maren Hassinger Installation Blossoms From a “Tree of Knowledge” Rooted in a Majority Black Florida Town
Hassinger worked collaboratively with the Pearl City community to create a version of their “Tree of Knowledge” at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, its “roots” composed of twisted, flowing rolls of newspaper.
What Cookie Monster Can Teach Us About Art
From art critic, to poet, to journalist, the Sesame Street character is always hungry for cookies — and in pursuit of beauty.
A Grandfather Illustrates His Grandchildren’s Childhoods With a Moving Instagram Account
Chan Jae Lee (Grandpa Chan) started his simultaneously heartbreaking and heartwarming account Drawings for my Grandchildren to document the rapid growth of his grandchildren.
Astronomical Images of Newly-Formed Galaxies
Recently, researchers released high-resolution images of the swirls and rings of still-forming planetary and star systems.
History and Myth Emanate in the Art Made in the Sunshine State
Interlopers and transplants convey the decay and loveliness of a place in works from 1750 – 1969.
200 Years of Typography and Letters Found Online
Digitizing a treasure trove of letter-blocks, sketches, and inkings for viewing serving designers everywhere.
In Miami, a Fair for Artists from Africa and the African Diaspora Shines Again
The Prizm Art Fair, which consistently shows great work, has finally been given the room to breathe.