Hilton Als’s collection of materials, art, and ephemera isn’t meant to elucidate Morrison’s work but ponder the novelist’s impact on American culture.
Because he refused to play to white hegemony, Gunn’s films were often poorly understood.
This is the second exhibition in a series of three curated by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Hilton Als. On view at the Yale Center for British Art through December 15, 2019.
Artists, collectors, curators, and dealers are all needed for the system to function, but the role of critics is up for grabs.
Like Warhol’s own work, Als’s characterizations appear one-dimensional at first sight, but on closer observation, they take on a much more profound meaning.
Avedon and Baldwin’s 1964 photobook, with a new introduction by Hilton Als, resonates profoundly today.
For the Underground Museum’s ongoing discussion and performance series, Ligon and Als will talk about the impact of color in art and in the world.
The exhibition at David Zwirner gallery features five decades’ worth of Neel’s paintings and drawings of people of color.
On March 2 the Artist’s Institute launched its latest season with an exhibition devised, curated, and installed by the writer and critic Hilton Als, an exhibition the institute describes as an “emotional retrospective.”
The New York Review of Books has published the writer Hilton Als’s excellent commencement speech this year at Columbia University’s School of the Arts this year.