The CityTree is a pop-up moss wall capable of consuming as much air pollution in an urban environment as a small forest.
Hyperallergic’s horoscopes offer astrological advice for artists and art types, in art terms. This month’s horoscopes are all written in the form of press releases for imagined summer group shows.
On a New York stage, a poet and art critic named Sadakichi Hartmann attempted the first perfume concert, and it was a disaster.
The works in Stranger Things at Outpost Artists Resources highlight the high stakes of our attitudes toward human bodies.
Through over 400 objects, Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive at the Museum of Modern Art considers the great American architect’s career from unexpected angles.
Mapping Paintings is an attempt to compile and visualize provenance data for individual artworks, from owners to past locations to details of sales.
Pulp cover artists recognized the American appetite for lurid and violent imagery, and the Wolfsonian is exploring the social issues embedded in their illustrations in a new exhibition.
If you haven’t heard of cli-fi yet, you are not alone; however, you have probably either read or watched some already.
This week in art news: George Lucas’s museum was greenlit by the Los Angeles City Council, a fire forced Philadelphia art space Vox Populi to close, and a man rammed his car into a Ten Commandments monument at the Arkansas State Capitol.
On June 28, Magazzino, a private museum dedicated to showcasing postwar to contemporary Italian art, opened to the public in Cold Spring, New York.
For half a century, the annual festival in Washington, DC has showcased folk cultures from the four corners of the world.
Hyperallergic staffers pick their favorite destinations within three hours of the city.