Jake Hanrahan of Popular Front is part of a new wave of war reporters making their own documentaries and podcasts to offer us a candid look at conflicts around the world.
Art in Odd Places’ public art and performance festival NORMAL is a clap-back to any appeal to returning to the previous status quo.
Made in the early days of the pandemic, Alice Rohrwacher’s short Four Roads watches her neighbors adjust to new domestic routines.
The initiative was led by curators Patricia Marroquin Norby and Sylvia Yount.
Also, Palestinian actress Maisa Abd Elhadi was shot by Israeli police during a protest, and more.
In 1962, the Student Union voted to establish an art collection, which advanced the creation of a dedicated art department.
Black Obsidian Sound System criticized Tate’s alleged censorship of a Black artist and the ongoing struggles of its workers.
The exhibition will feature 11 MFA graduates from the class of 2020 and will be on view from May 15 to May 30 at the EFA Project Space in Manhattan.
With the support of the Emily H. Tremaine Foundation, Hyperallergic is offering five monthlong journalism fellowships for curators that each include a grant of $5,000.
In 124 years, Judson Studios has gone from designing windows for homes and churches to working with contemporary artists who are expanding the possibilities of glass.
Nigeria’s business leaders will have to give generously; politicians will have to put rivalries aside; and contemporary artists will have to embrace the project.
An exhibition at the Mississippi Museum of Art and the Baltimore Museum of Art will include new work by Mark Bradford, Torkwase Dyson, and Carrie Mae Weems.