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On September 7, art historian Mary Coffey and artist Isa Carrillo will reflect on Orozco's mural "Prometheus" at the Pomona College Museum of Art — and offer palm readings in the process. The post Using Palmistry to Understand Mexican Muralist José Clemente Orozco appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The specific geographic focus of Unsettled begins in Alaska and continues down the west coast of North America, through Central America, concluding in Colombia. The post Unsettled at the Nevada Museum of Art: Upending Notions of the West in Tumultuous Times appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The new museum explores the living culture of Jerusalem, which curator Reem Fadda sees as a city that exemplifies the beginning and end of globalism. The post A Garden of Possibilities at the Palestinian Museum appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The artist-run Brooklyn Clay Tour inaugurates on September 8 with over 225 participating ceramicists and around 25 events across the borough. The post Discover and Play with Works in Clay Throughout Brooklyn appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The Sugar Hill Gang, Public Enemy, Queen Latifah, LL Cool J, and other hip-hop pioneers feature in the newly digitized material from Cornell University. The post Discover Over 1,700 Photos and Ephemera from the Early Years of Hip-Hop Online appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Ultimately, in the collection of images, one can see the painter and contemporary image maker that is Miller vying against the Miller who is more sentimental. The post Considering the Clarity of X-ray Photography appeared first on Hyperallergic.
On September 8 at UrbanGlass, a multidisciplinary performance will symbolically freeze, remix, and replay Trump's overblown rhetoric. The post Freezing and Smashing Trump’s Words in a Glassblowing Studio appeared first on Hyperaller...
Gas, a new nomadic gallery, will be stationed next to different partner institutions around LA for each exhibition, beginning September 9 with Night Gallery. The post Gas, a New Gallery Inside a Truck, Parks Itself in LA appeared first on Hyperallergic.
In this edition of the German decennial for public art, one wonders whether Skulptur Projekte has conquered the Westphalian establishment, or the establishment has co-opted Skulptur Projekte. The post Parsing the Plastic Products of Consumerism at Skupltur Projekte Münster appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Artists in Houston are taking stock of the storm's devastating impact and the long process of rebuilding that lies ahead. The post As Hurricane Harvey’s Waters Recede, Houston Artists Pick Up the Pieces appeared first on Hyperallerg...
Abelardo Morell's photographic map of Henry David Thoreau's journals was gifted to the Morgan Library & Museum in honor of its security guards. The post A Photographer’s Donation to a Museum Honors Its Security Guards appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Dakota Elders have decided the fate of Sam Durant's "Scaffold," which is legally in their possession. The post Dakota Elders Decide to Bury Sam Durant’s Controversial Sculpture appeared first on Hyperallergic.
In Chadds Ford, at the Brandywine River Museum, a comprehensive exhibition on Andrew Wyeth has the potential to inspire or disgust, weary or delight. The post A Retrospective of Andrew Wyeth, a Painter Both Loved and Loathed appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The American Impressionist lived what seems like a dream life. The post The Thrilling Life of Mary Cassatt appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Feminist academic Susana Vargas discusses the visualization of machismo, sexism, race, and class in Mexico. The post Unmasking a Female Luchador Serial Killer and Studying “Pigmentocracy” in Mexico appeared first on Hyperallergic.
In conjunction with the Hélio Oiticica retrospective, Lindsay has organized a series of concerts and events that illuminate the enduring impact of this period in Brazilian art. The post Arto Lindsay Explores the Brazilian Avant-Garde at the Whitney Museum appeared first on Hyperallergic.
It's hard not to question why Asmara was named a World Heritage Site, especially as the country is reeling from decades of hardship. The post Reflections on Asmara’s Modernist (and Colonial) Dream appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The compelling cultural storytelling of 2017 podcasts includes the value of hoarding, the gentrification of art districts, and one mysterious skeleton. The post 11 Great Art and Culture Podcast Episodes of 2017 appeared first on Hyperallergic.
At Hunter East Harlem Gallery, Jason Lazarus demonstrates how our political needs persist over time. The post An Artist Invites Visitors to Remake Historical Protest Signs appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Weng-Choy Lee, president of the Singapore section of the International Association of Art Critics, discusses the country's complexities, the evils of capitalism, and the relevance of Foucault. The post “Censorship Is Always Arbitrary”: An Interview with an Art Critic in Singapore appeared first on Hyperallergic.