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Students at the California Institute of the Arts — CalArts, as it's more popularly known — are staging a walkout at 3 o'clock this afternoon in protest of the school's handling of sexual assault cases. The action, organized by a group of about 20 students, will be followed by a student-led community meeting in the school's Main Gallery to discuss the issue.
A hiker who has been painting portraits on cliffs, rocks, and slopes at national parks in the western United States and posting images of the acrylic compositions on social media is now the subject of a National Park Service (NPS) investigation.
ArtReview has released its annual list of the 100 most powerful people in the contemporary art world and, once again, the only surprising thing about the list is how utterly unsurprising it is.
In Exposed: Songs for Unseen Warhol Films, part of the BAM 2014 next Wave Festival and curated by The Andy Warhol Museum, 15 never-before-seen, digitally restored selections from the 1960s are unveiled.
In a new book called Cosmigraphics: Picturing Space Through Time, published this month by Abrams, Michael Benson examines over a thousand years of mapping the great beyond.
Richard Prince unwittingly gave an emerging conceptual artist his Gagosian debut. The appropriation artist's current Gagosian exhibition New Portraits — which Hyperallergic's Tiernan Morgan dismissed as "an amusing exercise, but it doesn’t translate as great art" — features an Instagram photo from Sean Fader's social media art piece "#wishingpelt."
Last week, my computer died.
In an interview earlier this year with The European Magazine, Errol Morris was asked to use one word to describe his work. His answer: "perverse."
We all know that Halloween is a time to be festive and creative, but did you know it's also a great time to be critical? In your costume, that is, at the Storefront for Art and Architecture's Critical Halloween.
Don't be intimidated by Blackwater Polytechnic's ominous name. The British artist collective and alternative art school has a very benevolent goal: To nurture and promote the work of artists and artisans based in Essex. To that end,Show More Summary
Harlem, like the rest of New York, is changing. The exhibition Sense of Place at Tatiana Pagés Gallery — part of the Hyperplace Harlem arts festival, which ran October 4 to 6 — rightly explores place more as a conundrum than a settled concept.
Writer and editor James Trainor’s recent essay in Artsy about the Hudson Valley art scene — obnoxiously titled “The Hinterlands: Can artists and dealers change the creative and economic landscape of Upstate New York?” — reads like a call to artist-saviors to move up the Hudson in order to colonize the virgin, green Hinterlands in the name of high culture.
It’s a full-size Hyundai Accent, circa 2000, collapsed in the middle of the gallery floor. Or rather, the shell of one, bone-white and cracked apart, like a melting iceberg or a flash-frozen relic from the next ice age.
In 1945, Andre Breton traveled to the Haitian capital of Port au Prince to deliver a lecture on “Surrealism and Haiti."
In the most hellish penal colony of Tasmania, a convict named William Buelow Gould painted beautiful watercolors of the sea creatures that washed up on the shores.
Danny Olda has commissioned six artists to make work based on texts produced by various artist statement generators.
This week in art news: Amal Clooney advocates for the return of the Parthenon marbles to Greece, a Jasper Johns forger is sentenced to two and a half years in prison, and the city of Detroit settled with a major remaining creditor.
James Bowthorpe flew from the UK to New York last week to take part in The Feast, a two-day summit focused on creativity and social impact. Bowthorpe had a goal: to build a boat made from the waste of the conference, and then paddle it from Red Hook to Battery Park and back again.
"Simply put — the church became a dangerous place — I had to leave."
American artist Paul McCarthy has erected his latest Christmas-themed work, “Tree,” and it has plugged up Paris’s Place Vendome for the FIAC Contemporary Art Fair.