In 1934, the University of Minnesota started making its art collection available to students looking to decorate their dorm rooms, a practice that has steadily grown in popularity on campuses across the country.
Everything at Once, a vast group exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of Lisson Gallery, strings together an eclectic array of strong but thematically disparate works.
On Documentary Abstraction, a show at ArtCenter/South Florida, asserts that abstraction — in painting, sculpture, and film — can document the sociopolitical zeitgeist.
The oft-vandalized mural was removed from its original site on the wall of a warehouse in 2014 and placed in the hands of local conservator Elise Grenier.
The 2017 Bergdorf Goodman holiday windows celebrate the American Museum of Natural History, New-York Historical Society, New York Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and other local cultural institutions.
The Music of the Plants project, created by a spiritual eco-community, investigates how humans can live more consciously and harmoniously with the natural environment.
The artist Phil Collins has created a fraught, evocative listening experience that both isolates and connects.
When looking at the pieces in William Villalongo’s Keep On Pushing exhibition, the question I’m faced with is: How do these bodies cohere?
During Tuesday’s Mayoral Advisory Commission on City Art, Monuments, and Markers hearing at Staten Island Borough Hall, speakers focused nearly exclusively on the Columbus Circle statue.
Summer Studio is a supportive, rigorous artist residency that combines theory, practice and professional development.
According to Instagram’s own statistics, the Louvre was the seventh-most ‘grammed place in the world and topped the museum list yet again.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected one poem by jayy dodd for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.