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An observatory on a Hawaiian volcano spent four years digitally surveying the night sky, resulting in the largest sky map to date. The post Navigate the Largest Survey of the Night Sky appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The Phantom Atlas chronicles centuries of fictional locations that were included on maps of the world. The post An Atlas for the Mythical Places that Have Populated Our Maps appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Artists and activists involved in the Decolonize This Place residency at Artists Space reflect on its successes and how they can be models for future actions. The post Learning from Decolonize This Place appeared first on Hyperaller...
What is a nation and who gets to belong? The post When You Want to Be Part of the Nation, but It Won’t Let You In appeared first on Hyperallergic.
A Philip Johnson-designed chapel in Dallas was vandalized after the pastor spoke on a local conservative talk show. The post Philip Johnson Chapel Vandalized in Dallas appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Genevieve Gaignard makes the personal political while also creating new American mythologies. The post An Artist Reinvents Herself to Mine the Fictions of America appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Join our network of passionate interior designers, fashion-forward aficionados, fine artist-activists, and product pioneers, and expand your world by exploring ours. The post Expand Your Network With Art & Design Courses and Certificates at Parsons appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The film is largely about the physical and emotional violence that’s done to Chiron that enmeshes him in silence, against the grain of the slim moments of inexplicable kindness that break through to nurture him towards trust. The post A Film Shows How Important It is to Name One’s Desire appeared first on Hyperallergic.
This week, the death of the newspaper arts critic, an interview with Lorna Simpson, good things that happened in 2016, populism in Trumplandia, and more. The post Required Reading appeared first on Hyperallergic.
"At twenty a man is a peacock, at thirty a lion, at forty a camel, at fifty a serpent, at sixty a dog, at seventy an ape, at eighty a nothing at all." The post Weekend Words: Seventy appeared first on Hyperallergic.
In case you were wondering, no, it was not by oversight that I didn’t bother to mention, when writing last week about Elena Ferrante’s The Lost Daughter, the recent brouhaha about the violation of Ferrante’s privacy. The post Reader’s Diary: John Mullan’s ‘Anonymity’ appeared first on Hyperallergic.
For a poet who is notorious for writing opaque poems, a number of collages celebrate the youthful male body with an innocence that is touching, tender, and, frankly, poignant, and sweet. The post Where to Next? appeared first on Hyperallergic.
It is the beginning of a new year and for some reason I have been thinking about flower paintings — perhaps prompted by the flower paintings that Edouard Manet made while he was dying. The post And you can send me dead flowers every morning… appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Although the poetry of William Butler Yeats is often misconstrued as autobiographical, the poet scorned such transparency, calling it “unimaginative” and comparing realism to “putting photographs in a plush frame.” The post The Irish for Noh: The Masks of William Butler Yeats appeared first on Hyperallergic.
For Night Room, David Guinn treated the two rooms in the gallery as different parts of the mind. The post With Extreme Prejudice: David Guinn’s Night Room appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Sometimes a single, simple pictorial device is all it takes to set your work apart. The post Diana Copperwhite: Signal to Noise appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Gauguin’s art furthered the dematerialization of beauty that Proust discerned in Rembrandt's use of light by freeing color from form and drawing from realism. The post Hard Looking: Proust and Gauguin on Art appeared first on Hyperallergic.
2017 requires some change. The post Serve It appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Samuel Levi Jones uses books to raise questions about how history is remade and repurposed for the present and future. The post An Artist Gives Us a Vision of the Future Through Books appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The ex-voto painting is a Catholic folk art tradition depicting individual misfortunes that were mollified by divine intervention. The post The Vivid Violence and Divine Healing of Ex-Voto Paintings appeared first on Hyperallergic.