Check out Hyperallergic’s live report of day three of the Common Field Convening.
This week, the state of LA art galleries, making frames for Titian, legacy of Ojibwe artist Patrick DesJarlait, kids of art historians say the darndest things, and more.
The four electronic albums reviewed below speak to the importance of rhythm — or maybe just drums.
Focusing on relationships between women, Machado also considers how heterosexual relationships shape and limit our understanding of what constitutes partner abuse.
The Nazis had transformed Klee’s beloved land of Goethe and Mozart into an alien and threatening environment.
In the second volume of a definitive biography, the art critic Jed Perl recalls how the innovative artist revolutionized sculpture.
Jude Tallichet’s art is a reminder that, although our world has changed, something weird and wonderful may await us on the other side.
Anton van Dalen represents a lesser acknowledged artist archetype: the non-heroic, civic-minded observer and chronicler.