In the recent tumult many seem to have missed how a recent executive order on “Promoting Beautiful Federal Civic Architecture” looks to enshrine the success of the 2017 “Unite the Right” in Charlottesville.
What the board calls the San Francisco Art Institute’s “most liquid asset” is “not a commodity,” the adjunct faculty union says.
“No other scholar has contributed as much to the study of California art,” says critic and curator Michael Duncan.
With the possible exception of Howard Hodgkin, not a single English abstract artist has attained anything comparable to the status achieved by Lucien Freud or David Hockney.
Eight artists, curators (and yes, even a meme account) weigh in on the benefits of screen-sharing, PDFs, and even personalized Zoom backgrounds
Blogger and cultural observer Bucky Turco shares his images and insight from the insurrection at the US Capitol yesterday.
The suicide bombing on December 25 rocked downtown Nashville, injuring at least eight people and damaging more than 40 buildings.
The Valentine Richmond History Center wants to display a Davis statue created by artist Edward Valentine, the museum’s first president.
The most recent excavation of the Huei Tzompantli revealed the skulls of 119 men, women, and children, bringing the total number of skulls found in the tower to more than 600.
Everything connects; you just have to find out how.
This year-end issue of the Hyperallergic Special Edition consists of reflections, that acknowledge the struggles that the Hyperallergic team — staff writers and editors — experienced right along with our readers, while also keeping in sight the exhibitions, events, protests, and initiatives that buoyed us.