The 1951 recording of three songs played on Turing’s computer has been restored to its intended sound.
Built with the collected detritus of art fairs, The Fair Housing Project illustrates just how much good material is thrown away once the tents fall.
Only three fluent speakers of Marra remain. ‘My Grandmother’s Lingo’ is an interactive animation that asks users to speak words from this endangered Aboriginal language.
Doomocracy, artist Pedro Reyes’s new project for Creative Time, is part haunted house and part immersive theater.
An exhibition at the Norman Rockwell Museum tracking the drop and resurgence in popularity of narrative art raises much bigger questions than it set out to address.
Lets face it, Art Education is broken in America. Fixing it has become the personal mission of Matt Ross, the Founder of One River School of Art + Design.
LOS ANGELES — This week the Hammer Museum hosts a retrospective of the Thai filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul, the California African American Museum throws an opening party for several new exhibitions, artists transform a project space into a freaky and funky haunted house, and more.
Kellie Jones, a curator, Columbia University professor, and 2016 MacArthur Fellow, spoke to Hyperallergic about her work, life, and the evolving world of contemporary art.
In direct response to scenes of mythical debauchery depicted in paintings by Titian and Poussin, George Shaw uses the woodland backdrop to imagine the morning after.
Peter Williams, “Administration” (2015), oil on canvas, reproduced for ‘The N-Word’ (all images courtesy the artist and Rotland Press) A great deal of art leverages mystique by processing experience through varying layers of abstraction. The N-Word, a new collection of paintings by the artist Peter Williams — published by Rotland Press and with contributions by writers Lynn Crawford and Bill […]
Originally published in 1927, ‘Depero Futurista’ holds the revolutionary visions of its creator, the Italian Futurist Fortunato Depero, from his dynamic typographic experiments to his sketches of costumes meant for a ballet without humans.
This week, don’t miss a dance project about AIDS, the launch of a book of artists’ writings, an international gallery exchange in Bushwick, and more.