The veteran photorealist painter talks to Hyperallergic about her work and her new film biography, Queen of Hearts.
Hrishikesh Hirway talks to Hyperallergic about turning his podcast Song Exploder into a series for Netflix.
“I can’t think of a better metaphor for our human construct of time than air slowly escaping from a balloon.”
Black Art Library started as a Black History Month experiment where Asmaa Walton would post the covers of anthologies and art books from Black visual culture. Very quickly, the project grew in scope.
Painter and illustrator Edel Rodriguez uses political cartoons to condemn Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, strict immigration policies, and more.
In anticipation of an unusual election night and beyond, curators Lisa Kathleen Graddy, Claire Jerry and Jon Grinspan discuss their new (slower) practice of collecting political ephemera.
“Looking at the imagery is like reviewing a memory bank.”
An interview series spotlighting some of the great work coming out of Los Angeles. Hear directly from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
“Twenty years ago, you wouldn’t be caught dead being called a colorist.”
“I can’t return to normal. I can’t watch the same life come back. The reptile must be stopped outright.”
The documentarian talks to Hyperallergic about Dick Johnson Is Dead, and how “we need new language to allow for the extreme diversity that is life and death.”
Hyperallergic talks to Cristina Ibarra and Alex Rivera, the directors of the documentary The Infiltrators, about how they filmed this “reverse heist.”