What a decade! The range of the most popular posts represent the diversity of topics the site covers. Just another decade in the life of Hyperallergic.
From socks featuring masterpieces from art history to a book by one of our favorite cartoonists, check out the new products and classic bestsellers in our online store.
We’ve got enamel pins of some of your favorite art works, and more at the Hyperallergic store.
In honor of the 19th Amendment, we’ve compiled some of our favorite stories that we hope will inspire you to uplift women everywhere.
A list of art and design books that are some of this year’s must-reads.
The proposed US Congressional bill to give visual artists royalties on the resale of their work at auction is dead, but a House Representative plans to revive it.
This week, Puerto Rican self-determination, Chris Burden, and artist’s resale rights are on our mind, but so are the poetics of politics, the ruins of Philip Johnson, and much, much more.
American artists and legislators have been actively battling to introduce a national Artist Resale Royalty for almost half a century. Here is our illustrated introduction.
Artist Lauren Purje has a humorous — and spot on — take on what many artists may possibly intend.
This week’s comic by Lauren Purje ignited a flurry of responses suggesting what others often say (or wish they’d said) when people make the very clichéd statement: “My Kid Could Do That.” We’ve compiled some of our favorites from the blogazine and social media for your enjoyment.