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CLEVELAND — Every television ad is for a presidential candidate, the phone rings off the hook with endless robocalls, and people from all over the country knock on the door to make sure I know where to vote.
SANTA FE, NM — The worlds of fashion and fine art often collide, both in the museum and on the runway.
When we talk about Japan and Vietnam in the 1940s, we discuss World War II, invasions, colonialism, and other monumental events that unfolded in this part of the world, but sent ripples across the globe.
ArtCondo is a new real estate initiative run by and for artists that helps creative individuals purchase raw commercial workspaces and live/work lofts in a new way.
PARIS — In the polyvalent and multilayered drawings of André Masson, you can sense a free hand in love with its own movement, but not with itself.
This week, stare at the sun through an artist's custom-made masks, enjoy a neoclassical opera based on a series of 18th-century paintings, revisit the 1972 presidential conventions in two DIY documentaries, and more.
To better protect sacred indigenous objects from being sold in international markets, Senator Martin Heinrich has introduced the Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony (STOP) Act with support from politicians of both parties as well as tribal leaders.
Der Sturm, the title of the arts magazine that served as the mouthpiece for German Expressionism during the Weimar Republic, translates to “the storm.”
UNESCO announced Sunday that 17 of Le Corbusier's 20th-century buildings will be added to its World Heritage List.
Hadestown combines and retells two classical myths — that of Orpheus and Eurydice, and that of Persephone — through a sizzling New Orleans jazz score by Anaïs Mitchell.
CLEVELAND — If you’re a smartphone-wielding protestor in Cleveland this week, you might want to make a pit stop at SPACES on your way downtown to the Republican National Convention.
It's no picnic being the world's biggest basket.
What differentiates propaganda from art? Join Hyperallergic and Smack Mellon on Wednesday, July 27, at 7pm for a conversation.
LOS ANGELES — We all know about the terrible gender disparity in the art world. As ladies, we live with systemic sexism on a daily basis.
The Life of Forms exhibition, now on view at Mary Boone gallery is a relatively standard summer show smorgasbord, but one artist who stands out to me is Doug Ashford.
Norte Maar is pleased to return to 1285 Avenue of the Americas Gallery with a major exhibition titled Ways and Means: a new look at process and materials in art. Curated by Jason Andrew, Ways and Means offers an eclectic group of twenty-five artists who through a combination of their process and materials, challenge traditional means.
British artist Rachel Whiteread and curator Tom Eccles discussed both the Unabomber and Henry David Thoreau's Walden in considering the form and isolation of the American cabin.
First, we start in winter.
This week, Cleveland artists and the RNC, Nicole Eisenman's genius, the Baton Rouge protest image in context, blackness and contemporary art, and more.
"The radical invents the views. When he has worn them out, the conservative adopts them."