Episodes
Attorney Brett Chapman explains why this Ponca heirloom should be returned to Native Americans.
Published 07/21/21
For over 70 years, Flack has been making art in New York and boy does she have stories to tell.
Published 07/16/21
The founder of the Sevens Foundation, Kang calls himself a “NFT thought leader” who is advocating global and equal opportunities for artists.
Published 05/31/21
The unorthodox program will gather together a group of thought leaders for 10 months to reflect and advise on happenings in the art community.
Published 05/11/21
Bitforms gallery has been on the cutting edge of digital art for decades, so what does its founder think about NFTs?
Published 03/30/21
As head of the Foundation, one of the prominent platforms selling NFTs today, Howard has taken a more curated approach to the emerging field.
Published 03/09/21
While media outlets suggest non-fungible tokens are a panacea for artists, we ask a veteran of the digital realm to offer a more tempered take.
Published 03/02/21
Scout Tufankjian spent a month in post-war Artsakh to witness the controversial ceasefire that would involve the removal of lands from the sovereignty of the Republic of Artsakh.
Published 02/27/21
Hyperallergic’s news team gets together to go over the highlights of our coverage from the past week.
Published 02/08/21
There’s been a lot of news recently, so Hyperallergic’s news team discusses some of the big art stories of the month in this episode.
Published 01/29/21
After 32 years, artist Futura is back with a solo exhibition in New York, his hometown where he first developed his reputation as a graffiti writer.
Published 12/18/20
In this expansive conversation, Sikander discusses her first solo exhibition in a decade and her hopes for a post-pandemic art world.
Published 12/16/20
This classic recording brings to life some of our favorite articles from 2015, and showcases the poetry of a few longtime Hyperallergic editors.
Published 11/27/20
Hyperallergic’s news team discusses the various art projects that have emerged during the 2020 election season.
Published 11/03/20
In this wide-ranging conversation, artist and technologist An Xiao Mina discusses the election cycle and the way propaganda is and isn't being used.
Published 10/25/20
The artist discusses the controversial incident three years ago in a new essay that explores the conversations prompted with the Walker Art Center.
Published 10/23/20
I talked to Kaywin Feldman to ask why the museum chose to delay the show by the well-known American artist.
Published 10/02/20
In this two-part conversation, the prominent New York activists talk about their lives, work, and what’s next.
Published 09/25/20
In this two-part conversation, the prominent New York activists talk about their lives, work, and what’s next.
Published 09/25/20
In "Arte del mar", curator James Doyle highlights some of the most fascinating precolonial objects at the Metropolitan Museum.
Published 09/09/20
Within 24 hours, online critics pushed the New York museum to reconsider an exhibition that many saw as “predatory.” Why?
Published 08/27/20
An Xiao Mina joins us to discuss why the new kid on the social media block is causing waves in halls of power around the world.
Published 08/19/20
Students and activists are demanding the University of Pennsylvania's Penn Museum abolish a crania collection that was collected by a racist physician in the 19th century.
Published 07/30/20
Hyperallergic’s news team discusses the recent release of the names of businesses and organizations that received over $150,000 in PPP loans.
Published 07/16/20
The veteran art critic has played a formidable role in helping to shape the world’s perception of contemporary art in Los Angeles.
Published 06/19/20