The Renaissance master was boundlessly ambitious and intimidatingly energetic, charming, good-looking, diplomatic, and utterly opportunistic.
Detroit’s Huckleberry Explorer’s Club, founded by Stefany Anne Golberg, monumentalizes the bits of existence that linger beneath the quotidian.
There’s no evidence at all that a small, engraved, gold bead found in Yorkshire is intended to represent a Bible.
The art historical meta-narrative canonized by the Louvre Museum converts all artworks into specimens of their cultural moment. No wall tag can fix this.
The palimpsestic drawings and irreverent captions dissolve into senselessness, upending the ubiquitous cartoon medium.
The previously unknown Polaroids of April Dawn Alison were not just snatched from the jaws of oblivion, but are now in an esteemed museum collection.
What feels like the right way to write about Roman Catholicism, or Christian iconography, to most art critics is heavily influenced by museum discourse, which is far from neutral.
We reached out to artists, filmmakers, and Hyperallergic contributors to assemble a list of what we’ve been sharing on our networks, after finding inspiration in Kate Lain’s “Cabin Fever” playlist.
An exhibition at San Francisco’s Letterform Archive highlights typography’s role in iconic social movements from the 1800s through the present.
The problem with many of Kandinsky’s abstractions is that they don’t offer enough immediate visual information to “crack” his expressive code for color and form.
Since antiquity, women’s eyebrows have been sites of intense scrutiny, constantly shifting between trend cycles.
An exhibition depicts how people have reimagined the medieval period in the centuries since, and how they have revealed their own interests and ideals with each new interpretation.
From ancient times to the present day, join us as we pay tribute to these otter-ly charismatic creatures in various visual media.
Cumulina was created in 1997 by researchers at the University of Hawai’i and taxidermied by a local high school teacher.
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