It’s difficult to find spaces of tranquility in downtown Manhattan, much less in Soho, but Louise Despont has created an immersive and meditative space in the Drawing Center that invites you to slow down and shut out the noise of the city.
MOSCOW — Is there an intrinsic relationship between individual addictions and mechanisms of collective control? Critic and theorist Boris Kliushnikov seems to think so.
Ukraine’s largest monument to Vladimir Lenin is finally coming down, and you can join local spectators in watching the whole ordeal live.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Spanning several media, much of the work in Us Is Them makes social commentary from the perspective of underrepresented populations. Notably, the show features some of the biggest names in contemporary African-American art, bringing the focus on the fraught nature of black existence in the US.
On Saturday afternoon, sand sculptor Zara Gaze came upon a pile of sand at a construction site in her rapidly gentrifying south London neighborhood of Brockley.
Too often museums exhibit indigenous art of the United States as artifacts made by ghosts, even though many of these traditions are still inspiring contemporary creators.
Joe Corré — spawn of punk icons, social activist, and multimillionaire founder of British lingerie chain Agent Provocateur — has announced plans to burn his $7 million collection of punk memorabilia.
MUSKEGON, Mich. — Common Ground, the Muskegon Museum of Art’s current exhibition of African American art, combines works from three regional Michigan collections: the Muskegon museum, the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, and the Flint Institute of Arts.
On Saturday night, the renowned and mysterious Italian street artist Blu went on an art-destroying spree through the streets of Bologna.
“There are no rules on this bus.”
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Most amateur historians of New York and the tri-state area are aware of the Lenape as the region’s first inhabitants.
Our poetry editor, Joe Pan, has selected a poem by Lucy Ives for his series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.