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The same day that Latifa Laâbissi performed in a faux-Sioux headdress at MoMA PS1, Emily Johnson created a collaborative event that championed indigenous voices and values. The post Against a Feathered Headdress: A Tale of Two Performance Festivals and Native American Voices appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Government agents in the Lintong District raided a facility where copies of emperor Qin Shi Huang's famous earthen funerary guards were being passed off as the genuine article. The post Chinese Authorities Smash Fake Terracotta Warriors Attraction appeared first on Hyperallergic.
This week, explore the connection between politics and dreams, spend 48 hours collaborating on a game, check out an artist's unpacking of her father's FBI file, and more. The post ArtRx NYC appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Though "Brighter Than You Think" is of limited use as a critical text, it’s tough to beat as a straight-up collection. The post Bursts of Humor and Intricate Visuals in a Collection of Alan Moore’s Lesser-Known Comics appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The glass bottles decorating our dressers and vanities aren’t just aesthetic layers to add and remove but a story we tell the world about ourselves. The post Getting a Whiff of Perfume’s Illusions appeared first on Hyperallergic.
"The Unreliable Bestiary" evolved around interwoven stories, illustrated with beautiful videos of animals and habitats, maps, researched data, and costumed dancers in barn-like interior spaces and out “in the wild.” The post An Artist Invites Viewers to Become Like the Animals to Understand the Animals appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Far from perfect, this exhibition marks a step toward empowering voices that could do much to liberate our own identity from the cultural codes by which it continues to be confined. The post A Timely but Limited Look at Feminist Art from the 1970s appeared first on Hyperallergic.
It's always the same questions people ask when they discuss the intersection of art and politics. The post How a Comic Book Changed the Life of a Civil Rights Activist appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Traditionally portrayed as white, this is the first time the United States Mint will represent Lady Liberty as a black woman. The post An African American Lady Liberty Will Grace a New Commemorate Gold Coin appeared first on Hyperallergic.
This week, Shepard Fairey's Inauguration graphics, defeating gerrymandering, artists at Standing Rock, swarm technology in the US military, ACT UP vs. Trump, and more. The post Required Reading appeared first on Hyperallergic.
"Everyone believes very easily whatever they fear or desire." The post Weekend Words: Fear appeared first on Hyperallergic.
It's no wonder that few things inspire as much persistent paranoia as banking. But a little paranoia might not be such a bad thing. The post Reader’s Diary: David Graeber’s ‘Debt: The First 5,000 Years’ appeared first on Hyperallerg...
Nat Hentoff was a producer, not a star, nor even the type of director who gave himself an occasional cameo. History is not much good for remembering producers, despite the fact that no shows go on without them. The post Enduring Voices: The Legacy of Nat Hentoff appeared first on Hyperallergic.
What the exhibition of Drummond and Dodd proves is that the art world was more diverse in the 1960s than has been told. The post The Difficulty of Getting the News: Lois Dodd, Sally Hazelet Drummond, and the Narrative of Exclusion appeared first on Hyperallergic.
If 1962 is the dividing line between one art world and what we seem to have inherited, Inventing Downtown will bring you back to the period before the “art Establishment crossed the street.” The post No Point of View Is the Best View of All: Artists Working Between 1952–65, Many of Whom Are Forgotten appeared first on Hyperallergic.
At the time I made this drawing in July, I was using existing narratives of future dysfunction to begin to consider the unthinkable. The post Various Dismal Futures appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Hyperallergic Weekend presents a new drawing series about where we are now. The post Drawing in a Time of Fear & Lies appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Next week, the 2017 edition of New York’s Outsider Art Fair will mark the 25th anniversary of what has become one of the international art market’s most distinctive, lively and sometimes contentious forums for the presentation of often label-defying forms of artistic expression. The post From Curiosity to Institution: The Outsider Art Fair at 25 appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Though he wears his scholarship lightly, Carl D'Alvia is adept at the semaphores of 20th-century sculpture. The post What Lies Beneath: Carl D’Alvia’s Buried Meanings appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Elizabeth Murray's work on paper is utterly free-form, a launchpad for a gamut of choices that rush from points A to Z with head-snapping speed. The post Elizabeth Murray, Force of Nature appeared first on Hyperallergic.