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On May 20, Kenya (Robinson) and Illya Szilak will discuss health and sexuality issues in prisons, through the lens of fleshlights. The post Studying Homemade Sex Toys at Nurture Art appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The newly reopened Glendale Downtown Central Library's first show, opening May 19, focuses on the Armenian Genocide, featuring narratives from survivors and artwork by their descendants. The post Survivors and Artists Memorialize the Armenian Genocide at a New Glendale Venue appeared first on Hyperallergic.
For over half a century, the Brooklyn Arts Council continues to foster the borough's vibrant art community. The post Brooklyn Arts Council Celebrates Over 50 Years of Helping Artists appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Last night, artist and activist Robin Bell lit up the façade of Trump International Hotel with references to the emoluments clause. The post Light Projections Say “Pay Trump Bribes Here” on President’s DC Hotel appeared first on Hyperallergic.
A group show at Paris’s Gallerie Charlot uses bygone tools and techniques to explore modern media. The post Post-Internet Artists Crack Open Our Technological Past appeared first on Hyperallergic.
At MoMA PS1, Tomáš Rafa examines the rising tide of xenophobic nationalism in Europe. The post An Artist Examines the Rise of New European Nationalism appeared first on Hyperallergic.
BAMcinématek's series showcases cast members’ most memorable roles outside the show, crossing decades and genres. The post In the Run-Up to Its Return, Revisiting Other Roles by the Actors of Twin Peaks appeared first on Hyperallerg...
Through guidebooks and rare artifacts, the New Orleans Historic Collection considers the complicated legacy of Storyville, the city's former red light district. The post The Lost Sights and Sounds of Storyville, New Orleans’s Red Light District appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Upon visiting the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, I wonder how it feels both antiquated and technologically advanced at the same time. The post How the Cooper Hewitt Museum Reconciles the Old and New appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Miko Revereza will explore his identity as an "illegal alien" during a weeklong residency. The post At Coaxial Arts, an Undocumented Artist Logs 40 Hours of His Labor appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Standouts from some of the artists' studios open to the public last weekend in the Brooklyn neighborhood. The post From Interference Paint to Prompt-Driven Portraits, a Trip to Dumbo Open Studios appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Taking place on May 19–20, the event will feature 43 exhibitors, including publishing houses, artists, and curatorial collectives. The post The First Brooklyn Art Book Fair appeared first on Hyperallergic.
With Ridley Scott's prequel Alien: Covenant releasing this week, it's worth revisiting the documentary on the painter H.R. Ginger who inspired the series' aesthetics. The post The Macabre Painter Behind the Alien Movies appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The centerpiece of the Cooper Hewitt's The World of Radio exhibition is a rarely seen, 16-foot-long mural that broadcasts moments from the medium's early history. The post From a Depression-Era Mural to Modern-Day Devices, Charting the Rise of Radio appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Manal Abu-Shaheen records a city in the midst of being overtaken by billboards but still, for now, showing its history. The post Photos of the Capitalistic Imagery that Overwhelms Beirut’s Landscape appeared first on Hyperallergic.
This one-room exhibition is most interesting when it walks around the intersection of many worlds. The post The Wonder of Precarious Fabric Sculptures appeared first on Hyperallergic.
After a catastrophic 2001 fire, the 17th-century Barberini tapestries have returned to view at Manhattan's Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine. The post After Surviving a Fire, St. John the Divine’s 17th-Century Tapestries Return appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Lauren Greenfield's Generation Wealth, a book and exhibition of the same name at the Annenberg Space for Photography, documents the out-of-control growth of the one percent. The post Watching Human Dreams Disintegrate in Photos of the Ultra-Rich appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Published in 1931, CIOPW includes 99 examples of Cummings's visual art in charcoal, ink, oil, pencil, and watercolor. The post E.E. Cummings’s Long-Forgotten Artist’s Book appeared first on Hyperallergic.
An exhibition at the Museum of Sex is the first to bring together sexually charged works by outsider artists. The post Divulging the Erotic Secrets of Self-Taught Artists appeared first on Hyperallergic.