A founding member of the Black Audio Film Collective, Akomfrah has explored Black life in Britain and beyond through acute observational films.
Cuban artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara, who remains behind bars at the Guanajay maximum security prison, talks to Claudia Genlui Hidalgo about his latest — and unconventional — project.
“Give Them Their Flowers” pays homage to Miami’s Black queer history by merging historical research, archival imagery, artifacts, and oral histories.
Lucy Lippard and Lisa Le Feuvre discuss the legacy of the famed American artist.
Over the past five decades, activist and photographer Claudia Andujar has worked with the Amazon’s Yanomami people to defend their native rights.
“I’m not saying it’s a happy or pleasant face, but he has a unique look that is fun to capture.”
Nothing in the artist’s personal biography could predict that she’d one day become a car builder and bikini model.
A chance meeting on the subway introduced photographer Francesca Magnani to the multicultural world of Brooklyn milliner Richard Faison.
Tali Keren’s work interrogates the insidious imbrications of religious, political, and military institutions across the United States and Israel.
The artist talks to Hyperallergic ahead of his New York exhibition Goddam.
“You think you’ve been hired because you’re the right person. But once you’re inside, you realize you’re not the right fit,” says curator eunice bélidor.
“It was my way of working through what had happened inside my body,” Santa Fe artist Christine Cassano tells Hyperallergic.