In a region often overlooked on the maps of modern art lovers, one man has made it his mission to inform the world.
For 17 years, artist Lisa Ross has been documenting the lands of Western China that are home to Uyghurs, a population that is threatened today by the Chinese authorities.
This week was a snowy one in Brooklyn, so Hyperallergic editors decided to gather and chat about some of the stories we’ve been reporting on.
A new book of conversations between the noted artist and art historian captures a complex body of work that continues to challenge the conventions of sculpture.
Memes are increasingly part of protest movements, but how do we understand their role and purpose? A new book helps us figure it out.
What does it mean to have empathy? How do we navigate difference? Can contemporary art contribute to our understanding of all this?
In his large two-part exhibition, the queer Haitian-American artist centers the body, which figures in his work both literally and figuratively.
From social media to mainstream publications, Sir Sargent (as he is known online) is dedicating himself to ensuring that Black voices in the art world are heard.
How do you tell the story of an artist whose archive was destroyed? Tyler Green’s new book focuses on a major figure in the early history of photography.
We talk to Singh her discontent with photography that simply exist on the walls of art galleries and museums, and why she prefers to create objects that she conceives as mini-exhibition.
Sergio Sarmiento went to law school as an art project, but now he is an authority on the burgeoning field of art law. We talk copyright, contracts, Richard Prince, Sam Durant, Banksy, and a lot of other things.
In this extensive interview from a year before the pioneering feminist art historian passed away, she shares her thoughts on women in the art world, particularly during the Abstract Expressionist movement.