Hyperallergic’s horoscopes offer astrological advice for artists and art types, in art terms, every month.
The current NEA budget is $148 million. A report estimates that one year’s worth of security for the Trumps in NYC will cost $365 million. That’s a 146.6% increase.
The US Department of Defense has issued a call for biodegradable ammunition to address the metal pollution in its proving grounds.
Halil Altindere’s latest exhibition uses science fiction to explore real political quagmires.
In Raving Iran, filmmaker Susanne Regina Meures chronicles the struggle of DJs Anoosh and Arash to produce electronic music and raves in their home country.
As a non-discursive kind of writing, Siena’s drawing speaks to a level of consciousness deeper than thought, bypassing the nagging intellect and going straight for the nervous system.
At Cheim & Read there is a new exhibition of Louise Bourgeois’s holograms, which she began making in 1998.
Two bills intended to fold the Mississippi Arts Commission into the Mississippi Development Authority died in the Senate and House Appropriations Committees.
Artist Paulina Olowska collaborated with choreographer Katy Pyle to create a suite of solo dances based a 1918 series of prints depicting Slavic deities.
apexart’s Franchise Exhibition Program invites organizers to propose and produce a focused, idea-driven, and original group exhibition that takes place anywhere in the world except New York City.
After the deadly Ghost Ship fire, internet trolls have tried to get DIY art spaces around the country shut down by calling in bogus safety code violations.
Dating to 1480, the oldest known printed bookplate is part of a centuries-long history of personalization by book lovers.