A new podcast series from Hyperallergic invites prominent artists and curators to explore the social history of ceramics.
Bushwick-based 28-year-old artist Devra Freelander was killed after she was struck by a cement truck; Mayor Bill de Blasio declared an emergency, vowing to increase protection of bicycle lanes.
The artist Teresita de la Torre will discuss her exhibition antes muerta que sencilla at LA’s Grand Central Art Center, as well as its context alongside the current issues at the border.
A trove of pre-internet found footage and VHS-era memorabilia will be on offer at a new store from the Everything Is Terrible! collective, which will open this weekend with a party to celebrate.
Imhof’s performance Sex is dramatic, even melodramatic, yet its drama is not sensual; it removes bodily urges from the mix.
The police found Kapoor’s “Cloud Gate” sculpture at the city’s Millennium Park covered in graffiti.
Free to access and run with a high level of transparency and public input, Fortepan has collected over 100,000 photos taken by Hungarians during the 20th century.
Home is Not a Place affords its artists a great degree of freedom to explore the nuances of “home.” The sum of their efforts amounts to a tapestry that threads love and dread into a cohesive whole.
Stormzy’s political performance sampled fragments from a speech by Labour politician David Lammy on the disproportional incarceration of Black citizens in the UK while crime statistics flashed on the screens behind the rapper.