From quirky ceramics and pet portraits to prints and tufted rugs, peruse our list of presents for this season and beyond.
Extraordinary discoveries, rogue tourists, and moments of institutional failure and abuse of power defined a topsy-turvy year in visual culture.
Samera Abed believes she was targeted for “wearing my heritage clothing, for signaling that I’m from this specific culture.”
“Netanyahu, what do you say? How many kids did you kill today?” chanted artists and activists at the demonstration, where police arrested two protesters including a minor.
The Spanish-influenced dialect is a product of the city’s cultural wealth and diversity, bro.
An exhibition in a historic Cuban restaurant, a little-known erotic art museum, free popsicles, and … oh, right, art fairs!
This month: The irreverent feminist art of Marta Minujín, Molly Crabapple channels Toulouse-Lautrec, Sonya Kelliber-Combs’s cryptic visual lexicon, and much more.
Through the end of the year, Hyperallergic will feature readers’ tributes to artists in their communities.
The short film The Family Statement centers on private messages between the Sacklers unsealed as part of Purdue Pharma’s 2020 bankruptcy case.
Aaron De Groft is countersuing the Orlando Museum of Art for alleged “wrongful termination” and “irreparable injury to his reputation.”
This month: Frank Stella, Jaqueline Cedar, Manet vs. Degas, nudes from the Arab world, and more.
David Velasco was fired by Penske Media, which owns Artforum, Artnews, and Art in America, over a letter calling for an end to Israel’s air raids on Gaza.