On this week’s art crime blotter: teens take (and immediately return) a Mr. Brainwash sculpture, Kimye’s pastor appropriates Wynwood street art murals, and a shark photographer goes after the new Steve Jobs biopic.
Mistress America is director Noah Baumbach’s latest take on the trials and tribulations of the supposedly indecisive and perennially juvenile millennial generation.
Drawing and Sculpture Marathons are intensive two-week programs that kick off each semester at the New York Studio School.
This week, an exhibition reexamines the influence of European art movement Cobra, painter Rosson Crow shows her first film, the opening of a show of work by Drake favorite James Turrell, and more.
Archaeologists have made an enormous discovery in Pylos: the grave of an elite warrior, which had been undisturbed for nearly 3,500 years.
“Moving through the world brings the world alive,” Alec Soth told Hyperallergic. “I considered myself a photographer for about a decade before I seriously started traveling. Once I hit the road, everything changed. I found I could more deeply connect with the people and places I encountered.”
The art world is not a market, it’s a conversation. MFA Art Practice at the School of Visual Arts is a low-residency, interdisciplinary graduate program that aims to create a global community and conversation within the arts.
There are few fictional characters that can be evoked through just a symbol, but Batman is one of them, with the outline of his flying namesake, or a suggestion of the crime fighter’s black mask.
B&H Photo Video workers are continuing to push for unionization and improved work conditions in the national electronics retailer’s two Brooklyn warehouses, and although the company has intensified its attempts to quell these efforts, the campaign is gaining vast public support.
Works from Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam are linked by their use of tactile objects to illuminate the terrors of political exigencies and trauma from martial law.
In early modern Europe, the art of food presentation went well beyond plating.
This week, don’t miss a museum retrospective for Martin Wong, festivals devoted to comics and text-sound poetry, a Gordon Parks photo series about segregation, and much more.