When Labille-Guiard exhibited the portrait at the Paris Salon, it was the only woman in the series. And she was breastfeeding.
Alyse Rosner is grappling with the question of how to make an abstract painting reflect both the personal and collective.
Part of the John Michael Kohler Art Center, the new institution celebrates the ingenuity of a long undervalued form of art making.
The lively opening of Shtetl Gallery signals shifting perceptions around Hasidic art in the local community.
“Politics, war and oppression are a part of my life,” Fatoş İrwen explained of her current solo show, Exceptional Times.
Cinema’s thorny depictions of Israeli military action reflects the swift shift in Jewish identity around questions of oppression.
The location of Maya Lin’s “Ghost Forest” next to the Flatiron building evokes for me, a Filipina American, the legacy of the architect Daniel Burnham.
This edition, produced in collaboration with KCET’s Artbound, celebrates the rich history of artist-activists in the Golden State.
Just three years after he first devoted himself to art, Wong assembled an abstract vocabulary to create an entire world that is parallel to ours.
A portion of this hidden painting was uncovered and reconstructed by two scientists.
The docuseries Dark Side of the Ring is a much-needed corrective to the official story wrestling tells about itself.
Hyperallergic talks to the curator, writer, and former museum director about her new book Culture Strike: Art and Museums in an Age of Protest.