The Noguchi Foundation was not consulted on the proposal and says it undermines Isamu Noguchi’s vision of the public space around his iconic sculpture.
An open letter signed by 38 curators, artists, and academics praises Laura Raicovich and calls on art institutions to advance “cultural and social as well as political public discourse.”
For three decades, “LOVE” had been painted red, green, and blue, instead of red, green, and purple.
Karan Vafadari and Afarin Nayssari were sentenced earlier this month, though what crimes they had been charged with remain unknown.
Pang! is a play that takes the form of live radio, asking the audience to fill in the gap between what they see and hear.
On Tuesday night, San Jose’s City Council voted to relocate a statue of the Italian colonizer that has been standing in City Hall for years.
The blurry legal territory distinguishing copyright infringement from fair use, and appropriation from plagiarism, will be explored on Friday at SOHO20 Gallery.
On Sunday, the photographer and performance artist Ventiko attempted to bring her peacock on a flight to Los Angeles. The airline said no.
The focal point of José Carlos Teixeira’s exhibition On Exile is a film documenting the stories of refugees living in Cleveland.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected 11 poems by Amanda Nadelberg for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.
Since 2015, the artist Nestor Siré has been curating a selection of contemporary art in El Paquete Semenal, a one-terabyte collection of files transmitted person-to-person throughout Cuba every week.
Two films by Varda, made in California 12 years apart, are screening this Friday at the Anthology Film Archives.