Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very New York art events this month, including Hew Locke, Saif Azzuz, Miyoko Ito, Shona McAndrew, and more.
Valentina Di Liscia
Valentina Di Liscia is the News Editor at Hyperallergic. Originally from Argentina, she studied at the University of Chicago and is currently working on her MA at Hunter College, where she received the Brodsky Scholarship for Latin American Art History. Send your inquiries, stories, and tips to email@example.com.
Florida Lawmakers Seek to Ban the Pride Flag
A new bill would also mandate that all public school classrooms display US and state flags.
Your Concise New York Art Guide for February 2023
Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very New York art events this month, including Ed Ruscha, Nina Katchadourian, Luis Camnitzer, Martha Edelheit, and more.
Eight New Art Spaces to Visit in Brooklyn
From a Williamsburg basement to a Bed-Stuy living room and a project space in Gowanus, there’s no shortage of art to discover in the borough.
Artist Banned From Subreddit Over Work Resembling AI Art
A moderator for the popular community r/Art, which has nearly 22M users, told artist Ben Moran to “find a different style.”
Immersing Myself in Helen Escobedo’s “Total Environments”
From an early inhabitable sculpture to an imaginary “Monument to the Taco,” Escobedo’s work moves and delights at Monterrey’s Museum of Contemporary Art.
The Wildest Art Stories of 2022
The unbelievable, hilarious, or just plain mind-boggling things that happened in the world of art in 2022.
The Art Stories That Defined 2022
There was more to this year’s art news than tomato-souped Van Goghs — though that made our list, too.
The news that Bookforum will cease publication comes days after Penske Media announced its acquisition of sister magazine Artforum.
Straying Off the Glitzy Path at Miami Art Week
Ceramic fried eggs, critiques of real estate, and a whole booth dedicated to female-identifying saints caught my eye at Untitled, NADA, and Art Miami.
Why Is There No Spanish at Art Basel Miami?
At this year’s show, I reflected on the lack of bilingual materials, the absurdity of art-fair gimmick, and the workers who make it all possible.
Art Basel Miami App Crashes Minutes Before Opening
For roughly half an hour, art collectors had to consider a world in which they didn’t get that Alex Katz work.