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I am one of those who ranks the drawn line alongside the discovery of fire and the invention of agriculture on the list of human advances. However, I have learned after years with this blog that a number of you actually believe painting, not drawing, is the true test of an artist. As I understand this rather remarkable claim, an artist must work with the full symphony of elements presented by a painting in order to ascend to the higher tiers.
We have no idea how our Erotica editor found these last year, but let's bring them back for Football day, er, Thanksgiving.
* * * Thanks to James Kerr (aka Scorpion Dagger) for conjuring up the spirit of Thanksgiving for us.
‘Greer Lankton: Love Me’ installation view (photo by Karl Peterson) I’ve never seen a spoiler alert for an art show, but I learned two unexpected facts as I perused the Greer Lankton exhibition at Participant Inc.
Hannah Rothstein, “Piet Mondrian” (2014) (all images courtesy the artist, via hrothstein.com) What would Vincent van Gogh’s Thanksgiving spread have looked like?
(all images courtesy of Swann Auction Galleries unless noted otherwise) The beautiful mansion that once stood at 353 Clinton Avenue in Clinton Hill in Brooklyn belonged to the industrialist William Henry Nichols, co-founder of G.
‘Entartete Kunst’ Berlin exhibition postcard, showing signage on the front of the building at Galeriestrasse 4 (courtesy Swann Auction Galleries) Often we think of postcards as cheap, cheesy, innocuous items — printed pictures that crack a joke, offer an idealized version of a place, give us a snippet of experience.
Hyperallergic’s paid internship program is currently seeking candidates for December through May. Interested writers should be available for at least 10 contiguous weeks within that period.
One of our favorite artists and graphic designers, Jean Jullien, is getting ready to open a solo show at London's Kemistry Gallery on December 4, 2014.
By Desmond Ignaz The creations of the Belgian artist and photographer Bruno Timmermans, based in Brussels, who with his New Icons series revisits the modern icons with augmented portraits, covering the faces of Ai Weiwei, Kate Moss, Takashi Murakami, David Bowie, Aung San Suu Kyi or Lady Gaga and Jeff Koons with patterns reminding their actions and creations.
By Desmond Ignaz New York-based software engineer and artist Dave Pollot spends his free time putting a little life back into old, unwanted paintings found along the shelves of thrift stores or at garage sales.
By Desmond Ignaz australia-based artist paul kaptein unites materiality with virtual reality in his series of sculptural wooden works, adding digital ‘glitches’ into each hand-carved piece.
Playwright Ricardo Abreu Bracho and artist Carolyn Castaño at Human Resources (photo by author for Hyperallergic) LOS ANGELES — Hours after news of the Ferguson grand jury decision swept the country, artists and audience members gathered at the volunteer-run space Human Resources to discuss the ways in which artists can intervene against structural racism, not just in the art world but the world at large.
The Colosseum in Rome (photo by the author for Hyperallergic) A 42-year-old Russian tourist visiting Rome was arrested and fined €20,000 (~$25,000) for carving a “K” nearly 10 inches tall into a wall inside the Colosseum, the first century CE amphitheater.
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Sandro Giodarno‘s photographs are like Saturday morning crime scenes. The victim? Dignity, mostly. His carefully choreographed pictures show a snapshot of cartoonish tragedy.
Though born without the ability to perceive color, artist and activist Neil Harbisson’s work, career, and life are anything but monochromatic.