Advocating for museums, songs from the pandemic, and other topics are the focus of this special podcast series about the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the arts.
Three Hyperallergic staff members discuss the pandemic and its impact on arts institutions of all types.
What role do art institutions play in inequality? Ariella Azoulay’s new book suggests the relationship is not as indirect as many may think.
Artist and tax specialist Hannah Cole shares her knowledge to help artists of all types get the breaks they deserve.
Joan Kee is the rare combination of art historian and lawyer, and she’s shared her special skills in her new book, Models of Integrity: Art and Law in Post-Sixties America.
As this year’s Whitney Biennial wraps up, we invited Hyperallergic critics and reporters to reflect on a tumultuous exhibition.
Under the leadership of Darren Walker, the Ford Foundation is challenging traditional ideas of what a major foundations should and can fund.
Hyperallergic travels to Cairo to see one among a new wave of exhibitions that are reintroducing Egyptian modern art to a wider audience.
“Sometimes I say I make pictures of things that don’t exist but everyone knows they’re there.”
“I have a flawed gene. I have a collector’s gene.”
Four artists at the Oceti Sakowin Camp at Standing Rock, North Dakota, have arrived to help stop the Dakota Access Pipeline. I interviewed them about the role of artists and art during protest.
Native American women have the highest rates of sexual violence in the United States and two Native American artists are tackling the issue at the Oceti Sakowin Camp in North Dakota.