Whether documentary, experimental, or somewhere in between, there is no shortage of intriguing Dominican films through which to consider life on the island.
Hyperallergic accompanied two protesters on their journey from Queens to Manhattan’s Museum of Modern Art, for an insider view of participating in a #StrikeMoMA action.
Michèle Stephenson’s documentary short finds beauty in qualities of Haitian life which the Dominican government scorns.
The biennial Concurso de Arte Eduardo León Jimenes has taken place in the Dominican Republic since 1964. Check out a tour of the 28th edition.
After Dominican Republic’s municipal elections were abruptly halted, protesters gathered in New York City and around the world to demand electoral transparency and accountability.
The indispensability of recognition is simultaneously made both more urgent and more complicated when you realize, as Yelaine Rodriguez does, that we are mutable, never sufficing to be just one person.