The accusations against Roma, a documentary photographer who is also the director of the photography program at Columbia University’s School of the Arts, were all made by former students.
In the chaos of the Trump presidency, Howard Halle’s work reminds us that a toxic political atmosphere is nothing new, and that art can help us weather it.
Tschabalala Self reflects on the vibrant environment of bodegas, shining focus on who owns and frequents them.
All 18 episodes of the series’s landmark final season will screen at MoMA from Friday evening through Sunday.
To conclude her exhibition Speculative Fetish, Faith Holland curates an evening of GIFs by over 35 artists.
Though she trained as a craftsperson, Woodman quickly outgrew the conventions of craft and began making powerful, unclassifiable work.
Derrick Adams shows how the nature of an urban environment, like New York City, is found in its inhabitants.
Artist Mónica Mayer’s multifaceted El Tendedero/The Clothesline Project uses a symbol of domesticity to generate dialogue and support taking ownership of feminist issues and experiences.
The Wanaragua Association of Los Angeles will perform the masquerade dance that dates back to the mid-18th century, when the Garifuna repelled British colonizers.
The show at the Frick Collection foregrounds the artist’s inventive portraits, which are not as well known as his religious paintings.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected one poem by Brandon Shimoda for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.