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10 hours ago in Culture
Theater Review: The Travesties I’ve Been Waiting Decades to See
Tom Stoppard provokes strong opinions. Even among the theatery-est of theater folk, there are those who adore his plays and others w..
3 hours ago in Art
Cranbrook Academy of Art Presents Its 2018 Graduate Degree Exhibition
The exhibition, the culmination of two years of studio work from over 70 graduates, continues at the Cranbrook Art Museum through May 13. The post Cra
5 hours ago in Culture
Link About It: Eco-Friendly Floating Pyramid City Open for Enrollment
An eco-conscious vision for future cities, Lazzarini Design has proposed a floating city of modular pyramids (known as Wayaland) that draw energy from
5 hours ago in Art
Inner Dialogues
A solo show of works by Trine Søndergaard at Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York, offers dialogues between past and present. The post Inner Dialogues
5 hours ago in Art & Design
The Past, Present and Future of Moniker Art Fair: An Interview with Tina Ziegler
Tina Ziegler has done something quite smart with Moniker Art Fair. The Fair director has made her mark by making the Moniker Fair in both London and n
5 hours ago in Culture
Link About It: NYC's Pop-Up Museum of Pizza
From the history and cultural development of pizza to experiential pizza adventures including a cheese cave and pizza wave, the Museum of Pizza will p
5 hours ago in Art
A Celebration of Black Female Creativity with Pulitzer-Winner Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah
Ghansah has organized a program of readings, screenings, and performances at the Museum of Modern Art examining the legacies of creative black women.
6 hours ago in Culture
The Real Effect of GMOs
Nelufar Hedayat meets with actor and campaigner Jordana Brewster and chat about the controversy around GMOs and how it can affect our food consumption
6 hours ago in Art
A Photographer Who Documented the Eclectic Subcultures of Southern California
The photographer known as Spot will tell the stories behind the hippies of Hollywood, the skate scene in Hermosa Beach, and the origins of South Bay p
7 hours ago in Art
Never-Seen-Before James Castle Drawings Found Inside the Walls of Artist’s House
The James Castle House will open to the public, free of charge, this Saturday, April 28, and in the process of renovating the complex there have been
6 hours ago in Art
The Powerful Art of Satire, from Aristophanes to Today
At the Brooklyn Museum, a group of artists will trace the influence of political satire to the great ancient Greek playwright Aristophanes. The post T
6 hours ago in Art
Poignant Histories
Daniel Alexander's series, examines the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, considering its enduring legacy. The post Poignant Histories appeared firs
6 hours ago in Culture
ListenUp: Syclops: Caryll J The Superhero
From the new LP Pink Eye, "Caryll J The Superhero" is the first new music since 2013 from Maurice Fulton's experimental project Syclops. It's as space
7 hours ago in Art
Material Inspiration
Hand-cut line by line, Jukhee Kwon’s Babel Library is created from disposed editions of Encyclopedia Britannica. Transforming whole objects into anoth
7 hours ago in Art
Exploring Solitude
The vastness of the Scandinavian landscape is highlighted in Norway Contemporary! currently on show at Museum Kunst der Westküste. The post Exploring
7 hours ago in Art
Pratt Institute Announces Fine Arts MFA Exhibition, Boiling Point
Featuring work by selected second-year graduate Fine Arts candidates, curated by Regine Basha. The post Pratt Institute Announces Fine Arts MFA Exhibi
7 hours ago in Art & Design
Tyler Kpakpo Leads a Vision Walk in Boston
Whether it's where he is pointing the camera, the instructions he gives his subjects, or the path he takes in life, for Tyler Kpakpo, direction is key
8 hours ago in Art
Structural Dialogues
Work by Guido Guidi examines the geometric structure of the built environment through an abstracted visions of colour and form. The post Structural Di
8 hours ago in Art & Design
The Bedroom Fetishes of Don Draper: AIKO preps New Work for "Beyond the Streets"
Aiko’s contribution to the forthcoming exhibition, Beyond the Streets, is nestled into a section in the show where there’s only one way in, and one wa
8 hours ago in Culture
Es Devlin at The XI Gallery for Bjarke Ingels' The Eleventh Building: Three reactionary works from the artist highlight the architect's forthcoming towers
Less than a week after her extraordinary set design landscaped The Weeknd's performance at Coachella, artist Es Devlin found herself in a New York Cit
9 hours ago in Art & Design
BIANCOSHOCK Makes a Massive Sculpture "B.TOY" for Outdoor Festival 2018, Rome
We recently discovered the latest piece from one of our favorite street artists, Biancoshock, done for the 8th edition of Rome’s Outdoor Festival. Dis
9 hours ago in Culture
Nelufar Hedayat travels to Norway, Argentina and Uganda to learn more about how our food is grown. She explores the controversy around GMOs and meets
9 hours ago in Art
A Portrait of Philosopher Donna Haraway as an Impassioned Storyteller
A documentary about the canonic thinker, shot mostly in her home office, seems straightforward at first, then jellyfish start shimmering across the sc
10 hours ago in Art
Can Art Museums Help Illuminate Early American Connections To Slavery?
Would you think differently about a work of art if you knew it depicted a slave owner? New labels installed at the Worcester Art Museum are drawing at
10 hours ago in Art
Paying a Visit to the Museum of Death
My favorite room is the world's largest collection of art made by serial killers. The post Paying a Visit to the Museum of Death appeared first on Hyp
11 hours ago in Culture
'God of War' Is a Messy, Beguiling Take on Fantasy Violence and Toxic Masculinity
The new PlayStation 4 sequel is conflicted, both reveling in its star's violence and trying to distance itself from it.
11 hours ago in Culture
How Many Marvel Movies Do I Have to See Before Infinity War?
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is ten years old, but in that span it’s already given us an astounding 18 films. (For comparison’s sak
12 hours ago in Art
The Responsive Lens
Barbican Centre runs concurrent exhibitions of work by documentary photographer Dorothea Lange and British artist Vanessa Winship. The post The Respo
13 hours ago in Art
Two Poems by Alyssa Moore
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected two poems by Alyssa Moore for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic
14 hours ago in Art & Design
Recollected Forms: David Ellis, Kevin Umana and Matthew King @ Joshua Liner Gallery
Joshua Liner Gallery is pleased to present Recollected Forms, a three-person exhibition featuring the work of contemporary artists Matthew King, Kevin
19 hours ago in Culture
Israel and South America: Strange Bedfellows or Great New Besties?
Separated from Israel by hemispheres and oceans, these South American countries might be Bibi Netanyahu's greatest allies.
19 hours ago in Culture
Berlin Airport Failure Makes German Engineering Pride Crash
From national pride to national joke, German engineering takes a hit on high-profile projects, including the capital's long-delayed, over-budget new a
19 hours ago in Culture
The Brilliance of Buchi Emecheta in 5 Books
This unapologetic Black novelist is known for her realistic stories of female independence. Here's where to start.
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