In Bradford’s color-infused world of superheroes and swimmers, viewers and her figures bathe together outside of time and space.
And no, Cambodia doesn’t need the Metropolitan Museum’s help in preserving its cultural heritage.
As an official observer, advocate, survivor, and citizen, I spiraled into a vertigo worsened by the adamant conjectures of fanatics and truthers.
Yiddishland is a porous and generative project that threads itself through various pavilions, subtly undermining the national logic of the biennale.
There are 30 nations represented in the international exhibition. Some aren’t in their best moment today. A comics diary.
The acclaimed composer and noise artist talks to Hyperallergic about his Pulitzer Prize-winning composition “Voiceless Mass.”
Since antiquity, women’s eyebrows have been sites of intense scrutiny, constantly shifting between trend cycles.
Eli Valley is one of the best American cartoonists and the political elite can’t stand his viral comics that pack a punch.
In this episode of the Hyperallergic podcast, Lanier talks about her continuing quest for justice that includes the return of the daguerreotypes depicting her enslaved ancestors.
What can be learned from just a short clip from a 1938 vacation film? The documentary Three Minutes — A Lengthening shows that it can be quite a bit.
Where should we “draw the line” between sacrificing great art and supporting artists who are predators and bigots?
In letters, O’Keeffe refers to her photos as “sketches,” a quick and precise way to get her ideas down.