Rafael Villares and Y. Malik Jalal’s works were stolen from the Green Hall Gallery at Yale’s School of Art in an incident that has shaken their trust in the school.
The sensation of touching isn’t the point. It’s the yearning — heightened during quarantines — that lives on in these sculptures.
On April 10 and 11, connect directly to artists and their studio spaces, and attend a special series of student-organized virtual programs.
For Hyperallergic’s final installment in a series dedicated to highlighting exciting MFA work, we looked to students from Yale University and the Rhode Island School of Design.
Students at some of the most renowned art universities in the country, including the Rhode Island School of Design, Yale, and NYU Tisch, are sounding alarm bells about their schools’ handling of the COVID-19 crisis.
Long before Desperate Housewives, Honey Boo Boo, or any of those viral BuzzFeed lists, there was the American side show.
The 36 photographs currently on view at Sushi Bar Gallery are the works of 19 alumni of the Yale Photography MFA program. With the prints framed and hung neatly on the gallery’s white walls, the show seems like any other standard group exhibition — except for this one, the curators pulled the images from the artists’ personal Instagram streams.
Yale School of Art may have the reputation of being an institution that turns out future art market-friendly artist gazillionaires, but their website is hurting the eyes of people all over the web.
Recently, a bunch of users on Reddit have been cursing the institution’s jarring — which may be an understatement — website. If you have a few minutes to kill this morning and want to be lost in the hilarity of their reactions be my guest. The page is titled, “I’ll bet Yale’s Art Department has an awesome-looking site! Wait… WHAT?! : WTF