Through the end of the year, Hyperallergic will feature readers’ tributes to artists in their communities.
In her visceral works, Uckotter examines a version of trans womanhood unseen in most mainstream narratives.
The latest episode features a copycat of artist Doug Aitken’s mirrored house and Emma Stone as a misguided White woman experiencing Native art.
Director Nicole Newnham chronicles the rise, fall, and disappearance of the iconic feminist sexologist.
Professor and Cherokee Nation citizen Joseph Pierce will lead the cross-departmental, interdisciplinary initiative at Stony Brook University.
Art Gallery of Ontario curator Wanda Nanibush’s departure came after a pro-Israel group complained about her social media posts.
The famously anonymous artist told a reporter his first name in a recently resurfaced radio segment.
A century after his death, the Meadows Museum offers a rare opportunity to experience 26 of the artist’s luminous paintings of Spanish landscapes.
From Louise Bourgeois in 2000 to El Anatsui in 2023, countless artists have wrestled with the London exhibition space’s (im)possibilities.
Is the Royal Academy’s Marina Abramović retrospective spirituality or its monetization? You toss the coin.
Each symbol in Tanavoli’s Poets, Locks, Cages at the Vancouver Art Gallery holds a special meaning in Sufism, which has inspired his work.
Groundswell is a crucial reexamination of important but under-recognized artists working with the land.