Hyperallergic’s horoscopes offer astrological advice for artists and art types, in art terms, every month.
What’s the difference between hackers and artists anyway?
As East Asian artists become increasingly visible, we chose to focus on their work at the Itinerant Performance Art Festival, where live art lent itself easily to political concerns.
According to a new study, the Porc-Epic Cave served as a site for the continuous production of ochre powder for at least 4,500 years.
Salad for President, launching June 3 at Night Gallery, draws connections between the worlds of art and food.
In an act of protest against the German quinquennial, the group Lgbtqi+ Refugees in Greece has rock-napped Roger Bernat’s sculptural replica of an ancient monolith.
The exhibition will be on view from June 7 to 17 at Smack Mellon, with an opening reception on Saturday, June 10, 6–9pm.
How diverse are the artists shown at New York’s art galleries? Well …
After protests from the local Dakota nation, Sam Durant’s “Scaffold” will be taken apart starting tomorrow.
Susan Hiller’s exhibition at Lisson Gallery approaches the weird and the unusual with illuminating, liberating aplomb.
Alice Guy-Blaché is recognized as the first woman filmmaker, going back to an 1896 silent short, but her career remains unsung in the history of cinema.
What some of our favorite artists might have been remembered for, when they were young.