This week, save the internet, the language of all-female art exhibitions, lenticular furniture, gender stats at top architecture firms, Leonardo’s toe, and more.
The process of interpretation, and its underlying emotions, are at the core of Alejandro Cesarco’s exhibition.
This is the American dream gone wrong.
Whatever your life story, it is part of a larger history – this is what Petlin recognizes and is perhaps why he suppresses the personal or anecdotal.
There is no mistaking the kind who simply take what they want. You can smell them across the room.
During the decades that Northern Ireland’s paramilitary violence garnered worldwide attention, most people were busy making ends meet.
Wagner would agree with Samuel Beckett, that “Nothing is funnier than unhappiness.”
Patty Chang’s ecological art struggles with its own fatalism.
Robert Marshall’s dreamlike images are fleeting, fragmentary glimpses out the window of a moving car or train.
Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting reinserts Vermeer into the tradition in which he worked, both demystifying his paintings and lending force to his particular take on the genre.
Between the Waters is an interactive documentary on the centuries of human settlement in South Carolina’s Hobcaw Barony.
Hyperallergic’s horoscopes offer astrological advice for artists and art types, in art terms.