Hyperallergic’s Los Angeles senior editor, Elisa Wouk Almino, chats with three contributors about their versions of the ever-evolving LA art scene.
This week, artist studios in Philadelphia, Austin, Troy, and New York City.
Win a $5,000 honorarium to create a temporary site-specific installation at Playland Park. Applications are due by Wednesday, June 12.
In A Drop of Sun Under the Earth, Shikeith positions Black boyhood as a means to interrogate and open up other possibilities for Black masculinity.
From 1958 to 2009, Estudio Luisita produced iconic portraits that immortalized many musicians, models, comedians, sex workers, and actors.
A list of opportunities for artists and creatives you can apply for this June.
Hyperallergic has the exclusive premiere of Meredith Lackey’s Cablestreet, a surreal documentary short about Chinese tech giant Huawei.
The miniseries adaptation of Joseph Heller’s 1961 novel fails to capture the novel’s wit while thriving in its darkest moments.
The new Netflix miniseries joins an ongoing cultural conversation over the case of the Central Park Five.
Also, the Baltimore Museum of Art is launching a citywide survey to learn how it can best serve Baltimore residents, the Art Institute of Chicago is deaccessioning 300 works of Chinese art, and more.
Plus, Scotland’s Aberdeen Art Gallery takes £1 million from Big Oil, Hungary’s Museum of Fine Arts has a new Renoir and a new Van Dyck, and pieces by Zao Wou-Ki, Chu Teh-Chun, and more go for millions in Hong Kong auctions.
The textile banner will stretch 1.9 miles long and feature paintings by hundreds of local artists, portraits of fallen activists, and signatures of thousands of protesters.