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The ERC FilmColors project overviews the craftsmanship that has historically gone into color filmmaking.
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This week, we interview Shinique Smith, a painter and sculptor.
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A new series explores intimate encounters with a single work of art. This week, we look at Sandro Botticelli's "Paradiso" (1480–1495).
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The Japanese-American artist’s wire sculptures have been likened to birds’ nests. Here’s a first look at some of the designs.
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Alan Nakagawa is currently accepting submissions for a sound collage titled “Social Distancing, Haiku and You.”
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Using the hashtag , institutions are sharing artworks related to medical workers.
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Two self-quarantined Londoners decided their gerbils needed an art-filled space to unwind.
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"It will be months, if not years, before we anticipate returning to budget and operations levels to require educator services."
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The streaming platform has added new documentaries about artists.
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Derek Fordjour’s artworks offer opportunities for relief and for contemplation of the uncertainty that lies beyond.
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hyperallergic 14h
The ERC FilmColors project overviews the craftsmanship that has historically gone into color filmmaking.
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hyperallergic 15h
This week, we interview Shinique Smith, a painter and sculptor.
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hyperallergic 17h
“MARFA,” a wall piece by Greg Colson, is a street map in the purest sense, and highly impractical.
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This is your Hyperallergic week in review.
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hyperallergic Apr 5
A new series explores intimate encounters with a single work of art. This week, we look at Sandro Botticelli's "Paradiso" (1480–1495).
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hyperallergic Apr 5
Like his best works, Sean Scully’s “Black Square” is oddly exhilarating, especially because it is initially grim.
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hyperallergic Apr 5
This first volume of the filmmaker's journals charts his progress from immigrant life in Williamsburg to the center of the American avant-garde.
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hyperallergic Apr 5
An international art world that has called persistently for radical socioeconomic change is now faced with it.
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hyperallergic Apr 5
Some people turn to relaxing music in a crisis. Others need chaos to drown out everything else.
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hyperallergic Apr 5
The Japanese-American artist’s wire sculptures have been likened to birds’ nests. Here’s a first look at some of the designs.
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