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This major retrospective of Carlos Almaraz focuses on the less examined but rich painting practice Almaraz pursued upon leaving mural making. The post A Retrospective for a Painter Who Broke Away from Murals appeared first on Hyperallergic.
IMDA just moved to a new studio facility at the historic Lion Brothers Building in the Hollins Market neighborhood of West Baltimore. The post Apply Now for UMBC’s Intermedia + Digital Arts MFA appeared first on Hyperallergic.
This weekend marks the opening of the museum's new home in the remodeled National Guard Armory Building in Culver City. The post The Wende Museum of Cold War-Era Artifacts Reopens in LA appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The art world is structured in a way that enables abuses, and the problem is especially acute at art schools. The post How the Art World, and Art Schools, Are Ripe for Sexual Abuse appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Choreographer Gillian Walsh takes on dance as a "suicidal tendency" and considers mysticism in a time of global crisis. The post Dances of Doom and Transcendence appeared first on Hyperallergic.
VCUarts graduate program in Painting + Printmaking includes 15 graduate students every year. Each student has a private studio and access to world-class digital and analogue printmaking facilities. The post VCUarts Painting + Printmaking Seeks MFA Candidates for 2018 appeared first on Hyperallergic.
This week's Cybernetics Conference will examine the implications and possible applications of rapidly advancing cybernetic systems, from the ethical to the aesthetic. The post Consider the Problems and Possibilities of Cybernetics appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Wegman's new book of Polaroids Being Human took me back to the '90s, when my sister and I dressed up our own Weimaraner in the style of the artist's dogs. The post Dressing Up My Dog After William Wegman’s Photos of Weimaraners appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Nowherelands: An Atlas of Vanished Countries, 1840-1975 features the postage stamps and histories of 50 former nations. The post Stamps of Vanished Countries, from Van Diemen’s Land to Biafra appeared first on Hyperallergic.
This project joins thousands of other follies of contemporary art. The post What Happened to the $2.2M Marina Abramovi? Raised to Build Her Institute? appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Across the country, the vending machines stand as points of illumination and testaments to convenience. The post The Eerie Allure of Japanese Vending Machines appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Now in its fifth year, the UCLA Game Art Festival at the Hammer Museum explores the boundaries of contemporary gaming. The post The UCLA Game Art Festival Returns with a Whimsical, Political Selection appeared first on Hyperallergic...
A new museum hopes to connect this small Canadian city to the world through a rich program that will include indigenous and international contemporary art. The post Canada’s Newest Contemporary Art Museum Opens in Saskatoon appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Rich in interviews and ephemera from the making of Lynch's classic, Blue Velvet Revisited is ultimately disappointing as a standalone artistic achievement. The post Revisiting David Lynch’s Classic Blue Velvet with Behind-the-Scenes Footage appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Pop Stars! Popular Culture and Contemporary Art explores the imagery of celebrity culture and likens it to a religious experience. The post How Art Has Framed Our Celebrity Worship appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Photographer Maria Svarbova focuses on the Communist-era swimming pools of her native Slovakia. The post The Elegant Minimalism of Soviet-Era Swimming Pools appeared first on Hyperallergic.
After a judge halted the sale of works from the museum’s collection, nearly a dozen protesters gathered in front of Sotheby’s to demand the return of the deaccessioned pieces. The post Opponents of Berkshire Museum Sales Protest Sotheby’s appeared first on Hyperallergic.
A newly discovered warrior tomb suggests Bronze Age Aegean culture was more interested in naturalism and the human form than previously believed. The post Newly Unearthed Miniature Carving Changes Our Understanding of Bronze Age Art appeared first on Hyperallergic.
UFO Drawings From The National Archives by David Clarke publishes eyewitness illustrations of unidentified flying objects. The post Declassified Drawings from the British Government’s UFO Desk appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Designed for Hi-Fi Living delves beyond the kitsch of midcentury album art to explore the aspirational lifestyles, and travel destinations, in its visuals. The post The Aspirational Living and Jet-Setting of Midcentury Vinyl LPs appeared first on Hyperallergic.