At first blush, the Chamberlain/Prouvé show at Gagosian’s Chelsea gallery appears to hinge solely on obvious contrasts.
Ondi Timoner is the only two-time recipient of Sundance’s Grand Jury Prize for documentaries. She’s also the founder and CEO of Interloper Films, a full-service production company based in Pasadena, California, that continually releases videos through an online video portal, A Total Disruption.
This week, there are conversations with Charles Gaines and David Adjaye, a screening of wildly successful fast food commercials, the West Coast premiere of a media arts pioneer, and more.
Today is a glorious one for your idle time, as Google Maps made a function available to turn any street view into a game of Pac-Man.
It’s rare to hear any positive news associated with cultural heritage and Syria these days, but there is a ray of hope.
The Midwest’s largest free conference for creatives working in the arts, culinary, fashion, film, and music industries has unveiled its full schedule.
LONDON — When artist Patrick Staff visited for the Tom of Finland Foundation in Los Angeles for the first time, in the summer of 2012, he was expecting to find the usual, sober atmosphere of an archive.
On this week’s art crime blotter: college art thief fails, Romanian minister gets Picasso bribes, and Versace rips off a designer’s shirt.
Hyperallergic’s horoscopes offer astrological advice for artists and art types, in art terms, every month.
Thomas Kinkade was a painter of cabins, lighthouses, and improvable sunsets. He was an avowed evangelical Christian who fortified his saccharine landscapes with passages from the scriptures.
Arthur Danto’s best-known essay, “The End of Art,” continues to be cited more than it is understood. What was Danto’s argument? Is art really over? And if so, what are the implications for art history and art-making?
This week is your chance to dive deep into the lessons of fascism, read Basquiat’s notebooks, explore Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series, and check out NYC’s chapbook festival.