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Hyperallergic’s news team discusses the biggest art-related stories of the last few weeks of the pandemic.
The words of John Yau continue to be read by those who want to know what is going on in contemporary art in New York and beyond.
News about new museum layoffs and other problems, art galleries closures, and the cancellation of the Indian Market in Santa Fe are all part of this week's episode.
As news of layoffs and furloughs continue, the Hyperallergic team takes a look at the issues of concern at museums and elsewhere.
While museums and galleries have rushed to offer more and more online experiences as their physical spaces remain closed, we discuss the ones that stand out.
Another week reflecting on stories that are impacting thousands of lives in the art community.
Advocating for museums, songs from the pandemic, and other topics are the focus of this special podcast series about the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the arts.
Three Hyperallergic staff members discuss the pandemic and what its impact is on arts institutions of all types.
What role do art institutions play in inequality? Ariella Azoulay's new book suggests the relationship is not as indirect as many may think.
Artist and tax specialist Hannah Cole shares her knowledge to help artists of all types get the breaks they deserve.
Film editor Dan Schindel joins Editor-in-chief Hrag Vartanian to discuss why we love holiday films, and other Hyperallergic staff share their faves.
Her art pulls no punches about the impact of sexual violence, and critic Seph Rodney sits down with the artist to discuss her work.
This year provided a bounty of indie and art house films, and three Hyperallergic editors discuss their picks along with a conversation about the glut of Superhero fli...
The Rhode Island School of Design is one of the world's premiere art schools, but that doesn't mean it doesn't face the same challenges all universities and colleges c...
Joan Kee is the rare combination of art historian and lawyer, and she's shared her special skills in her new book, "Models of Integrity: Art and Law in Post-Sixties Am...
A new exhibition takes a close look at the friendships of a major artist and critic in 1960s and '70s Beirut, and the charmed art world she helped bolster.
This year’s Whitney Biennial is wrapping up but we invited Hyperallergic critics and reporters to reflect on a tumultuous exhibition.
Writer Zachary Small and Editor Jasmine Weber join Editor-in-chief Hrag Vartanian to reflect on the five-part series on art handlers and the challenges of reporting on...
Four experts peel back the layers of history hidden in an object that people believe was once used to serve white venison tamales centuries ago.
"Decolonial practices are about doing, but they're also about asking how we know the things we know. Under what conditions did whiteness become the norm? Under what co...
Here's how Toronto's Gardiner Museum is using a figurine in its collection to peel back the layers of violently racialized imagery in Canada.
As ceramic becomes a more common material in contemporary art, artists like Shary Boyle are challenging the history of a medium that has too often been associated with...
Leading contemporary artist Kent Monkman discusses how museums have influenced his life and his art, and what he is doing to help change them to tell a fuller picture ...
This Pride Month, it’s important to remember the artists who invite their queerness into every aspect of their life, work, and art, like Nayland Blake.
In her new performance lecture title "Physical Tactics for Digital Colonialism," Allahyari explores what it means for data to be colonized.
Artist Cristina Pitter helps us open Pride Month with a paean from her performance piece, Decolonizing the Color of Queerness
Antonelli shares her thoughts on the world of tech, design, and the work of a beloved arts organization that is celebrating 20 years, Eyebeam.
Hyperallergic’s Los Angeles senior editor, Elisa Wouk Almino, chats with three contributors about their versions of the ever-evolving LA art scene.
Michael Rakowitz Discusses Withdrawing from the 2019 Whitney Biennial, and His Leonard Cohen Problem
The artist shares his thoughts on museums, power, art, and ideology.
I talk to two artist estate experts who share their thoughts on what needs to be done when an artist dies.