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Editor’s Note: This graphic essay is part of a special edition that Hyperallergic published on the ongoing legal case to return the photos of Renty and Delia Taylor to their descendants.
Artists Debra Baxter and Dawn Cerny curate this group show of women sculptors linked to Bard’s MFA program, now on view at form & concept gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
This week, how Hollywood tried to suppress a film post-9/11, Walt Whitman’s words for today, Dune director breaks down a pivotal scene, DW documents the environmental scourge of fast fashion, and much more.
Emily Eveleth’s paintings of doughnuts are lurid, funny, unsettling, sexy, off-putting, luscious, puffy, bawdy, and excessive.
Driven by the individual interests of each cohort, this program based in Austin, TX promotes intellectual curiosity, visual acuity, and direct engagement with the larger world.
Gorchov is an artist whose best pieces are purely aesthetic and totally present, here and now.
Exhibition or project grants of up to $10,000 are available to artists working across a variety of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, and photography.
With The Future of Ice, John Zurier manages to reduce each painting to what is essential only, yet he maintains an incredible specificity in each.
Agustín Fernández’s visual innuendos seduce the viewer into lingering on the threshold of visual perception.
Among the 12 artists included in Under the Florida Sun, the painters stood out most to me.