Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very New York art events this month, including Ed Ruscha, Nina Katchadourian, Luis Camnitzer, Martha Edelheit, and more.
This week, news outlets flock to TikTok, New York Times staff strikes, the problem with the phrase “late-term abortion,” and was the North Pole once a forest?
Plaintiff Cheri Pierson accuses the disgraced financier of a “brutal” sexual attack at the Manhattan mansion of Jeffrey Epstein.
Hyperallergic sat down with the Russian feminist icon for a conversation about art, activism, and how they converge in her OnlyFans sex work.
Prominent museum directors declaring that they are “deeply shaken” by climate activists is a resounding failure of leadership.
The work, which is behind glass at London’s National Gallery, was part of Just Stop Oil’s latest protest action.
This week: New York’s disappearing alleys, Wolfgang Tillmans’s fading star, Velma Dinkley is gay, and more.
The museum offered some workers the option to forgo pay raises in exchange for keeping their jobs, union members told Hyperallergic.
The Guyanese-British artist’s commission for the museum was created in a tense dialogue with collection objects that are connected to conquest.
At the Rolls-Royce of art fairs, I found chatty visitors, some good art, and works so bad they deserved their own section.
Duniyana Al-Amour was one of at least 44 Palestinians killed in Israel’s latest attack on Gaza.
This week, criticism of New York’s proposed “feminist jail,” activists are losing steam, cultural appropriation parodies on TikTok, and more.