Plus, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security returned a marble head of the god Pan to Italy, and the most expensive Pokemon card of all time has sold.
Criterion’s 1000th release is a testament to not only the monster’s legacy, but also to the importance of monsters in general to our cultural memory and history.
The once omnipotent commissioner leaves his post after a stormy six-year tenure at the commission. The city provided no specific reason for his abrupt resignation.
An epic three and a half hours, The Irishman is in no hurry to get anywhere. It luxuriates in large and small detours, indulging flashbacks within flashbacks but it’s rarely boring.
This new font is designed to keep editors and graphic designers up all night, rocked by terror and unable to sleep.
The History Center of Olmsted County is embracing the Halloween holiday season with a showcase of nothing but the creepiest dolls from its collection of historical and clearly damned objects.
The 2019 Information Session will take place on November 10 at 11 am, and afterward, second-year MFA students open their studios to the public to show their work in progress.
The internationally acclaimed artist is the inaugural recipient of the world’s largest art award.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said in a series of tweets, “We believe political message reach should be earned, not bought.”
Despite its countercultural status, street art remains male-dominated. Hyperallergic sought out some femme and nonbinary street artists to hear about their experiences.
This exhibition presents new work by Kathryn Andrews, castaneda/reiman, Dario Robleto, and Weston Teruya. On view through December 8, 2019.
“We filter Black women’s voices. They’re like mines full of gold. And if your stories ain’t perfect? Then your stories ain’t told.”