Given that so much of Monty Python’s humor was predicated on testing and twisting codes of civility and decorum, it’s surprising their Flying Circus didn’t alight more frequently in that most stuffily decorous setting, the art museum.
I had never heard of Jill Kroesen before a Whitney Museum press release landed in my inbox a few months ago
“I’ve always lived in the present tense, and I like my paintings to be in the present tense,” Ellsworth Kelly begins his interview with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) in 2013.
In 1974, artist Victor Trasov ran for mayor of Vancouver under the guise of his performance art persona, Mr. Peanut.
For his 1999 hit single “Simon Says,” the Queens rapper Pharoahe Monch used one of the borough’s most sci-fi structures as a post-apocalyptic battleground.
Despite his resistance to the characterization, Ed Ruscha has a reputation as a quintessential Los Angeles artist.
Once a year, Hyperallergic probes the video vault that is the internet to present a daylong series we’ve named after the 1983 sci-fi classic Videodrome.
Artist Jennifer Chan is masterful at remixing images and video clips from pop culture, overlaying text with a ’90s special-effects aesthetic and often setting the carefully coordinated pieces to catchy pop songs.
Clickhole, the Onion’s clickbait-parodying spin-off, is producing some of the best video art on the internet.
I first saw a video of Maya Plisetskaya dancing when she died early last month.
There’s loving your cat, and then there’s loving your cat.
Many criticisms have been leveled at art fairs.