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Tonight’s event at Hyperallergic HQ is sold out, but don’t fret if you don’t have tickets as the artist has agreed to let us turn tonight’s performance into a podcast. This also means that there will be no livestreaming this evening.
Outsourcing, outsourcing, outsourcing! It has become an obsession with pundits and commentators as one of the many ills that plague America. The notion that a faceless figure overseas is answering your customer service calls, writing your corporate reports or programming your software is rampant in the American imagination and artist Andrew Norman Wilson is exploring this dark corner of our global consciousness with his “The Virtual Assistance” project.
Join us at 7:30 pm EST next Wednesday, August 17 at Hyperallergic HQ where he will discuss his curious art project that involves his hiring of a remote assistant in Bangalore, India.
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If you don’t know the names of Pen15 Press, Wild Isle, For the Birds collective, Birdsong Collective, Burn Books and Brooklyn Arts Press yet, you probably should. These groups are producing indie art books worth a look, and form the center of Brooklyn DIY arts publishing. Yet even given the ready scene of indie publishing and willing artists and writers, creating and selling good work remains a day-to-day battle in the cacophony of Brooklyn creative production.
This week, we shot past 10,000 Tumblr followers on Hyperallergic LABS … wow! Thank you to our readers for making this possible. You.Rock. Your support means a lot to an indie art outfit like us.
Hyperallergic now has 10,500 Facebook fans, 10,500 Tumblr followers, 7,000 Twitter followers, and 2,500 feedreaders, not to mention the thousands of daily visitors. So, make sure you stay in touch and join us on Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter. Or subscribe to our daily posts through a feed reader or via email.
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In our effort to spread the love of art to all corners of the world, even to those who prefer their news printed and not virtual, we’ve started a monthly column in north Brooklyn’s The WG News titled Off the Wall, which will cover the area’s art world outside of the traditional gallery system.
It’s almost summer so Hyperallergic is on the look out for a few good interns. The internship would run from late-May through August (negotiable), and the deadline is Friday, April 22.
Hyperallergic now has 9,000+ Facebook fans, 9,000+ Tumblr followers, 5,300 Twitter followers, and 2,400 feedreaders, not to mention the thousands of daily visitors. So, make sure you stay in touch and join us on Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter. Or subscribe to our daily posts through a feed reader or via email.
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On Monday, March 21, Hyperallergic editor Hrag Vartanian will join renowned critic and curator Karen Wilkin for a lively conversation about the work of six important artists — Susanna Heller, Ted Partin, William Powhida, Sean Scully, Robert Taplin and Summer Wheat.
The event is a fundraiser for the Triangle Arts Association, which is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support emerging and mid-career international and national visual artists, encouraging dialogue and experimentation through workshops, residencies and exhibition opportunities.
We’re very happy to have partnered with 20×200 and Art Fag City to create the most useful guide (if I do say so myself) of this week’s events titled “Art Fag City & Hyperallergic Present the Very Excellent Event Guide to New York Art Fair Week” (sneak peak) for their very excellent survival kit. Inside our contribution to the schwag bag are listings for tourists, residents and city natives of what to do to augment your art experience in New York. Whether it’s off-the-beaten path performance festivals, culinary artist events or lectures with people in the know, this is your go-to guide.
LA-based art protest group LA RAW invited artists and activists, along with supporters of free speech and free expression, to gather at the Biltmore Hotel in downtown LA, where Smithsonian Secretary Wayne Clough was to speak at the Town Hall Los Angeles public issues series, to protest against the escalating art censorship from the Smithsonian to LA MoCA. [LA Raw blog]