In Denver, an exhibition of artist-designed masks shows that face coverings are not only crucial to our health but can also offer unique means of self-expression.
A recent visitor to the Metropolitan Museum’s current Jacob Lawrence exhibition knew of an artwork by Lawrence in a neighbor’s collection that he suspected might belong to the Struggle series.
In darling divined, Brackens teases out the symbolism, allegory, and parable long associated with global cosmologies of tapestry weaving.
Hyperallergic has exclusive digital access to This is an Address, Sasha Wortzel’s meditative film on displacement, erasure, and queer communities along the Hudson River piers.
BP or not BP? staged the demonstration as part of a day of action convened by the Alaskan Indigenous organizations Defend the Sacred AK and Native Movement.
From a voting station for those who can’t vote to a fascinating history of campaign ads in the US, artists in Los Angeles got you covered ahead of November 3.
The new commemorative religious installation at the National Museum is hostile towards the LGBTQ community and does not uphold the values it claims to propagate.
In a year of perpetual change, Marking Time demonstrates the urgent need for a shift in culture, one where crisis need not be the charge for moving towards a better world.
The deadline to apply for a Master of Arts in Curatorial Studies at Bard College is February 1, 2021.
The new documentary Belly of the Beast is an investigation into modern-day eugenics in the US.
The Ruins at Bitforms Gallery riffs off the work of influential Modernists to create vivid digital simulations
Gabrielle Civil, mayfield brooks, and Jasmine Nyende respond to Nikita Gale’s installation PRIVATE DANCER at the California African American Museum.