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hyperallergic 2h
Bill Traylor was born into slavery, became a sharecropper, and began to create art only when he grew too old for farm labor.
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Confronting the Hazards of Power in Photomontages of Recent Mass Protests
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This exhibition at the Queens Museum imagines a New York that never was.
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On Thursday, a conversation at the will include artists Tania Bruguera, Hank Willis Thomas and Eric Gottesman.
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The 44 objects seized by police in Catalan this morning have long been claimed by the neighboring region of Aragon.
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In this exhibition at , 16 artists were commissioned to reinterpret Jewish folklore.
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Women artists weren't hard to find at Miami Art Week.
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Queens Museum 10h
"Never Built New York asks that we see the city not as a static landscape, but as one of possibilities," writes for
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hyperallergic 11h
In this “participatory gastro-performance," cooking becomes a way to share personal stories.
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hyperallergic 12h
A lot goes on behind the scenes at art fairs.
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hyperallergic 13h
These dystopian landscapes include small reminders of the preindustrial past we have lost.
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"Much of what we experience here, in this exhibition, in any exhibition, is shorthand for something completely inaccessible."
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Edward M. Gómez Dec 9
In bold, audacious, expressionistic pictures, Japanese artist Issei Nishimura paints the blues. See my exclusive report from Nagoya, Japan:
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hyperallergic Dec 10
Over the course of two weeks, artist Michael Landy destroyed everything he owned.
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hyperallergic Dec 10
These works demonstrate how modern American artists were a century ago.
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hyperallergic Dec 10
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hyperallergic Dec 10
This week, Pantone announces the color of 2018, and more in Required Reading:
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hyperallergic Dec 10
The best way to experience Issei Nishimura's bold, exuberant, works might be to tune into their oddball rhythms.
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hyperallergic Dec 10
These works resemble Native American dream catchers, and simultaneously reference the history of 20th century sculpture.
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hyperallergic Dec 10
Get inspiration for your poker face.
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