During the past decade, many neglected artists have been reconsidered; this cannot be said for Leo Amino.
Between 1968 and 1981, when he turned 13, Khiang H. Hei was at or near the epicenter of several catastrophic historical events reverberating across Southeast Asia.
A new retrospective charts the graphic novelist’s journey from her dysfunctional family’s funeral home to being appointed Vermont’s Cartoonist Laureate in 2017.
The unsung Abstract Expressionist wanted his paintings to show none of the effort he put into making them.
Hyperallergic staffers pick their favorite destinations within three hours of the city.
The “Positron” (1976–77) by Latvian artist Valdis Celms operated a bit like a disco ball, flashing various colors of light as the goliath metal orb rotated.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — There are at least two plausible narratives of Bakhchanyan’s trajectory: the uplifting story of an artist’s creative growth in spite of difficult circumstances, or the tragic tale of someone whose talent never reached its full potential due to the pressures of historical and political forces.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — In 1963, while living in Los Angeles, Melvin Edwards welded “Some Bright Morning” out of different pieces of steel scrap metal, including a heavy chain and a dagger-like fragment extending from a circular, collar-like form.
Striking Resemblance: The Changing Art of Portraiture at Rutger University’s Zimmerli Art Museum considers some 200 years (c. 1800 to the present) of the portrait’s history in mediums two-, three- and four-dimensional, with 130 works by approximately 80 artists.