Hyperallergic spoke with Cave about what it means to surrender to the sacred, and how a queer perspective brings liberation and a way of seeing and being in an at-times seemingly disconnected world.
A team of Hyperallergic contributors scoured the fair’s vast and truly delightful offerings and picked some of their favorite items to share with you.
Our critic picks the best (and by extension, worst) objects from the “Piss Christ” artist’s collection of more than 1,000 items marketed, branded, or autographed by Donald Trump.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will be honored at the annual “Person of the Year Awards” by the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce.
For attendees looking for a diversion, five special exhibitor projects carve out unique spaces for play and commerce.
The triumphant image of Alaa Salah, an engineering and architecture student, has “embodied the spirit of the opposition” led by Sudanese women.
Like the canvas itself, which has been hidden away for years in a private collection, the painted woman in Elsie Palmer Payne’s “Bus Stop” is ready to be studied and re-evaluated.
This week, artist studios in Austria, Florida, New York, and South Africa.
Featuring works from artists in Latin America and its diasporas, Pop América intervenes in long-held conceptions of Pop Art’s geographic consolidations in the US and UK.
Also, the Jewish Museum in Berlin will no longer accept money from the Sacklers, Saatchi Gallery is now a nonprofit, and more.