Presented by Polish Cultural Institute New York in collaboration with Residency Unlimited, Searching for Missing Narratives will take place on December 15 at 6pm (EST).
The Sex Workers’ Pop-Up brings together installations, performances, and conversations from an exciting group of international artists, many of whom are or were sex workers themselves.
LGBTQ Pride Month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer artist and letting them speak for themselves.
New York University’s Grey Gallery takes on the concept of the sublime in contemporary landscape art.
P.P.O.W.’s exhibition is perfectly timed to dig into the rich seam of madness at the heart of our present cultural and political moment.
A Decolonial Atlas: Strategies in Contemporary Art of the Americas features works by 18 contemporary artists and collectives from the US and Latin America, plus a selection of works by Native American artists from the museum’s permanent collection
At the center of Smack Mellon’s Dumbo gallery, Gil Yefman’s knitted wrecking ball of genitalia and bodily fluids hangs from the ceiling.
It’s hard enough compiling best-of lists for single cities — try the world.
A project by artist Carlos Motta to interview and document the work of transgender and intersex activists recently went public, in the form of an online archive.
ROTTERDAM, the Netherlands — Nothing says mystery like an invite-only launch featuring a performance piece scheduled for one minute past midnight.
On Wednesday, August 21, Hyperallergic will be hosting our next ArtTalk featuring artists AA Bronson and Carlos Motta at The Bedford in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The topic for that evening’s discussion and conversation is “The Body, Spirit, Sex, Community, Magic, and the Other.”
I’m going to start this essay with the conclusion. Why should we be looking for different ways of thinking about and living in the world? Because many of the dominant political social, and intellectual structures that currently underpin our society have proven themselves to be colossally flawed, so we need to begin looking for different ways of doing and thinking about things.