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This week, Paris's Lost and Found, a new contemporary museum in South Africa, Google does evil, rescuing a lost Albanian alphabet, logo redux, and more. The post Required Reading appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Some artists get the honor of having their work displayed in the White House, but chances are Saul will never be one of them. The post Peter Saul Knows What to Do with the President and a Hamburger appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Whitney’s drawings cite influences from Harlem Renaissance literature to bebop. The post Hoot and Holler with Stanley Whitney appeared first on Hyperallergic.
It's not what you think it is — it's just a dirty hole. The post President Pottymouth appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The talent and tumult of Richard Gerstl’s work beg the question of what would have been had he not ended his life. The post Vienna’s Prodigal Son appeared first on Hyperallergic.
In Jeremy Sigler's My Vibe offers refreshing honesty about failure within the system of calculation and profit. The post Good Vibrations: Prose Poetry as Stand-Up Comedy appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Irwin's unlit light fixture sculptures encourage us to see and contemplate the entire space, and ourselves within it, as elements of the art. The post Robert Irwin’s Drawings Without Marks appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Jason Karolak’s colors grab your attention like flashing LEDs in a dark-as-midnight casino. The post The High Drama of Hot Color in a Field of Black appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The Witness Tree Project asked RISD students to design objects reflecting on immigration, made from a fallen 150-year-old elm in Brooklyn's Prospect Park. The post A Fallen Brooklyn Elm Shaped into Objects That Reflect on Immigration appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The Pre-Vinylette Society at the Chicago Art Department is an inspiring exhibition with a vibrant display of over 60 women sign painters from nine countries around the world. The post This Way to the First-Ever Show of Women Sign Painters appeared first on Hyperallergic.
In a statement, the Japanese camera manufacturer claimed that none of the women photographers it had invited had responded. The post Dude! Nikon Picked 32 Male Photographers to Promote New Camera appeared first on Hyperallergic.
CHICAGO — One of the most startling works at this year’s EXPO Chicago is a lifesize guillotine by Piero Golia, at the top of which is lodged a steely-looking blade, ready to drop. “Untitled (Evil exists where good men do … The post From Immigrant Stories to Environmental Dread, EXPO Chicago Gets Dark appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Mark Reigelman II's colorful public art piece is made up of 20 different parts using traditional woodworking techniques. The post An Off-Kilter Homage to Boston’s 18th-Century Quaker Architecture appeared first on Hyperallergic.
It is a great irony that the Faith Ringgold's first public commission was effectively imprisoned for over 40 years, but this situation raises valuable questions regarding our notions of the public and how that public is served. The post An Exhibition About Revolution that Keeps Faith with Ringgold appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Artist Spencer Merolla's "Coal Comforts" is a pop-up bakery serving treats made from coal ash to encourage dialogue on climate change and pollution. The post A Climate Change Bakery Serving Coal Treats Is Coming to Gowanus appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Looking at depictions of St. Anthony in the paintings of Renaissance masters, the influence of the disease of ergotism on the history of art starts to become clear. The post How Renaissance Painting Smoldered with a Little Known Hallucinogen appeared first on Hyperallergic.
This week in art news: the British Museum apologized for a controversial #AskACurator tweet, Documenta's organizers disputed claims that the exhibition has accrued a €7 million deficit, and an 88.5-foot-tall Keith Haring mural in Paris was restored. The post Art Movements appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Art the Arms Fair, a pop-up exhibition in East London, runs concurrently with the massive Defence and Security Equipment International fair happening nearby. The post Protesting the World’s Biggest Arms Fair with an Art Show appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Artist Xu Bing's first feature film Dragonfly Eyes tells a story of love and obsession through footage culled entirely from videos uploaded to Chinese streaming sites. The post Cobbling a Movie Together from Surveillance Footage appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The organizers of Documenta 14 claim that allegations of overspending are not based on facts and may be used to compromise the exhibition's independence. The post Documenta Organizers Call Report of €7M Deficit “Speculations and Half-Truths” appeared first on Hyperallergic.