“Since the start of the pandemic I’ve hung onto fleeting moments of beauty.”
“The Brutish Museums” considers the histories of cruelty that western museums perpetuate when they do not endeavor to return looted colonial artifacts.
Filmmaker Sam Pollard talks to Hyperallergic about his documentary MLK/FBI, how history repeats, and how authorities treat left- and right-wing protests differently.
“It’s a painting about uncertainty with a tinge of optimistic fatalism — perfect to get me through 2020.”
“Artists are cultural critics — but painting is a language.”
The Art & Society Census, a new project launched by the Brooklyn Public Library, hopes to take stock of changes in culture.
After 32 years, artist Futura is back with a solo exhibition in New York, his hometown where he first developed his reputation as a graffiti writer.
In this expansive conversation, artist Shahzia Sikander discusses her first solo exhibition in a decade and her hopes for a post-pandemic art world.
“Suddenly a woman embracing a dolphin like a long-lost friend feels like a fever dream.”
“As a Black woman artist, I get asked about the political meaning of my work, but I don’t often get asked why it looks the way it does.”
The veteran documentarian talks about his new film My Psychedelic Love Story, the war on drugs, and whether I’m being manipulated by the government.
Hear from the curators behind the ongoing Arctic Art Forum about their takes on major issues affecting the region.