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10 Most Famous Sculptors and Their Greatest Masterpieces

#10 FERNANDO BOTERO Nationality: Colombian Fernando Botero’s father died when he was four. In his youth, he...

Hoyt exhibit showcases ‘Art as Dialogue’

Arts & Education at the Hoyt will present “Stir the Conversation: Art as Dialogue” from Nov. 9 through Jan. 9 in the...

Montreal Gallery Vandalized With QAnon Graffiti on Eve of Biden Inauguration

Police in Montreal, Quebec, are investigating the graffiti vandalism of a local art gallery last week by QAnon supporters. The incident occurred around 9pm...

Cuban Police Detained Artists During Peaceful Demonstration Honoring Writer José Martí

Cuban state police detained several artists and activists of the 27N Movement, including Tania Bruguera and poet Katherine Bisquet, who planned a peaceful...

Rashaad Newsome and Kiyan Williams Talk Art, Inspiration, and Black Magic

For years now, Rashaad Newsome has been crafting lavish collages, films, sculptures, and performances that tug at the strings of power wielded by...

Let’s Talk About Street Art in Los Angeles

In September 2020, the Committee for Greater LA published an extensive report on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on marginalized communities across...

Smithsonian Presents Virtual Screening and Conversation With Joan Jonas as Part of American Women’s...

Join us the first Thursday of each month for a free online screening of rarely seen short films and videos from the Smithsonian’s...

A Performance Artist Adapts to the Pandemic

For two weeks last fall, performance artist Alisa Oleva walked with 33 different women in Istanbul; sometimes for 30 minutes, sometimes for three...

Imagining the Future Amid Alejandro Cardenas’s Profound, Brooding Canvases

In David Lynch’s surreal crime drama Twin Peaks (1990), the most recondite, plot-turning scenes happen in the Black Lodge — specifically, in its...

What Glitch Feminism Can Teach Us Now

Editor’s Note: With the support of the Emily H. Tremaine Foundation, Hyperallergic will be publishing a commissioning series expanding upon the research and...

Painting a Portrait Is “Like Falling in Love,” Says Jiab Prachakul

SAN FRANCISCO — Jiab Prachakul: 14 Years at Friends Indeed Gallery is a celebration of the journeys we take to find comfort and...

MCA Chicago Lays Off 41 Workers, Prompting Backlash

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (MCA) cut 11% of its workforce last week, citing financial losses brought on by the coronavirus pandemic....