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LOS ANGELES — We've got a drag-sational triple-header, a panel discussion about computers taking over, a border-crossing haunted art house, and a bunch of great female artists to make up for it.
Last month, archeologists uncovered two oversize marble caryatids and a colorful marble panel in a substantial tomb complex in Amphipolis, Greece. Now, after excavating behind the sealing wall that the caryatids were guarding, they've found a chamber with a large and largely intact mosaic floor.
Bloomberg Philanthropies, the foundation established by former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, announced yesterday an initiative that will see at least three cities receive up to one million dollars for public art programs.
“You have to get close, then move back, slowly,” I tried to explain to a motley group of graduate students whom I asked to see the recent paintings and drawings by Cornelia Thomsen at the uptown Lesley Feely gallery.
Exhibiting your work for the first time is a pivotal step in your art career. Emerging artists regularly receive this opportunity as students at the National Academy School.
Plastered on the title wall of Saul Steinberg’s 100th Anniversary Exhibition at Pace Gallery is an impenetrable photographic self-portrait.
This week, delve deep into Stanley Kubrick's archives, see the Koons retrospective before it closes at the Whitney, explore the archeological destruction of ISIS, check out Ryoji Ikeda in Times Square, and more.
Last Friday, Working Artists and the Greater Economy (aka W.A.G.E.) announced that they will be rolling out their new W.A.G.E. Certification program, which promises to be a "paradigm-shifting model for the remuneration of artistic labor." We had some questions for the organization.
The list of artworks that will be loaned by French museums to the Louvre Abu Dhabi has been released.
CHICAGO — White paper sits on white matting within white frames hung on the white walls of Western Exhibitions, the unnerving blank expanse invoking a sense of being thrust into the heart of an endless maze.
China has been detaining citizens across the mainland who express solidarity with the Umbrella Revolution, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported. Since September 22, police have held more than 30 people, including several artists, and have questioned many more.
On October 3rd, an assailant and two accomplices allegedly entered the cavernous gallery at 540 West 21st Street in Manhattan's Chelsea district. What happened next, according to reports published here and in the New York Times, was an alleged assault of the curator, Benjamin Hiller, with pepper spray, and the apparent partial defacing of the exhibition on view.
Two Argentinian artists are facing vehement criticism for creating Barbie dolls inspired by religious figures, and the Buenos Aires gallery planning to exhibit them has cancelled the show ahead of its opening.
Sharing art can be exciting, validating, and gratifying. But it can also be a little scary.
One week ago, an installation by artist Abigail DeVille was dismantled in Washington, DC. “The New Migration” was a collection of materials gathered by DeVille during a road trip from DC to Jacksonville, Florida, retracing and reversing the steps of a popular route taken by African Americans fleeing the South during the Great Migration.
The arts and technology nonprofit Eyebeam recently cancelled its 2016 plans for a major space in the BAM Cultural District of Downtown Brooklyn, Hyperallergic has learned.
Ever since Edward Snowden revealed the extent to which the NSA and others have encroached on our privacy, everyone from technologists, reporters, politicians, and voters have been engaging in an international debate around surveilla...
Some thoughts …
This week, a new Islamic museum, a mysterious art dealer, protest objects, Palestinian food controversy, art of coding, kangaroos boxing, and more.
Good news from the IRS: you can be an artist even if you don’t make all that much money at it. Isn't that what we needed to hear?