Over the next three weekends, residents at REDCAT will showcase their work that pushes the boundaries of their disciplines.
Jeffrey Gibson asserts his own creative vision, resulting in a new and exciting dialogue with the future of American art.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected one poem by Layli Long Soldier for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.
Unlike other Trump appointees, the new chair of the NEA seems informed and somewhat engaged with the department she will oversee.
Jeff Sonhouses portraits provide a vision beyond the old identity models, making Blackness constitute a set of keys that let us onto an entirely different playground.
An exhibition in Tel Aviv is reputedly using works by leading Arab artists without their permission, and the curators say they’re doing so deliberately to provoke a conversation around the topic of boycott.
Marlborough London is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new paintings by American artist, Stephen Hannock.
Apple unveiled a preview of the new emojis we never knew we needed for World Emoji Day.
To mark the centenary of World War I’s end, a New York fireboat is repainted by artist Tauba Auerbach in a dazzling tribute to the era’s most colorful camouflage.
The Biennale d’Art Contemporain Autochtone, which this year partnered with indigenous artists and curators, was a showcase of the power of sisterhood.
There is something neurologically thrilling about viewing Von Rydingsvard’s work.
For 25 seconds, Pussy Riot disrupted the World Cup in one of their most daring protests in years.