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Throughout this exhibition, oddly kinetic sculptural works appear alongside snippets of canonical literature.
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This installation of work by Chris Ofili is designed to limit how much we can see of the art.
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"A nonbeliever accepts a kind of fog around facts— believers demand meaning."
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To close her exhibition, artist Carolina Caycedo will hold a vigil for environmental activists killed last year.
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The film "78/52" takes a close look on the most infamous three minutes of Hitchcock's masterpiece.
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In artist Rolf Julius's sound sculptures, subtle vibrations of sound become physical things.
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At , a panel will discuss the impact that arts education can have in the lives of prisoners.
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Enter to win a trip to LA for the Experience, a one-day-only event that fuses art and tech.
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This obscure New Deal program aimed to build utopian towns across America.
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Artist Matthew Jensen's works involve walking, searching, and collecting, like this exhibit at .
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hyperallergic Oct 17
This historic mill has been converted to studio space for students in 's MFA in Studio Art.
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hyperallergic Oct 17
Yes! It’s a partnership between Public Art Fund & eBay for Charity.
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hyperallergic Oct 17
The object is part of a surprisingly long tradition of turning skulls into drinking vessels.
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hyperallergic Oct 17
Limited edition works by Ai Weiwei are now available on to benefit - and they're going fast!
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hyperallergic Oct 17
In Detroit, Pope.L is selling bottles of water from Flint to raise awareness of the city's ongoing water crisis.
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hyperallergic Oct 17
This exhibition in Germany examines how the Zeppelin's legacy can be read through cults that persist today.
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Paddy Johnson Oct 16
I wrote about Nicolas Jaar's book "Network" for . File this under difficult reading. (I loved it.)
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hyperallergic Oct 16
There are no lines to memorize for the part, but unfortunately, you have to be dead.
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hyperallergic Oct 16
Rarely can one see so many internationally recognized artists working under the same roof in Manhattan.
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hyperallergic Oct 16
For the last 3 years of his life, Brazilian artist José Leonilso recorded an audio diary, which became this film.
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