News from Hyperallergic
Hyperallergic is a leading voice in contemporary perspectives on art, culture, and more. The online publication was founded by the husband-and-husband team, Veken Gueyikian and Hrag Vartanian, in 2009 as a forum for playful, serious, and radical perspectives on art in society. With over one million visitors monthly, Hyperallergic combines round-the-clock art world news coverage with insightful commentary.
Challenging the art world status quo, Hyperallergic goes beyond the surface to investigate the inner workings of art institutions and markets, shedding light on the movements and individuals fighting for greater inclusion and representation. With hundreds of global contributors, Hyperallergic is a constant source for the latest in film, visual art, books, and performances around the world.
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- Art History’s Most Controversial Nudes
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- The Ineffable Charm of an Artist’s Sketchbook
- Long-Lost Maya Kingdom Uncovered in Guatemala
- AI-Generated “Impossible Statue” Is a Dispassionate Steel Mess
- Asian American Art, Inside and Outside the Museum
- A Pioneering Feminist of Japanese Modernism
- This Is How Succession Should End
- NYC Artist Paralyzed After Being Shoved on Subway Track
- Memes to Help You Mourn the End of Succession
- Portrait of Marie Antoinette’s Dog Skyrockets at Auction
- Are We Asking Too Much of Public Art?
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