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The Unapologetic Queerness of Nayland Blake

6/17/2019
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This Pride Month, it’s important to remember the artists who invite their queerness into every aspect of their life, work, and art, like Nayland Blake.

Duration:00:57:16

Talking Digital Colonialism with Morehshin Allahyari

6/11/2019
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In her new performance lecture title "Physical Tactics for Digital Colonialism," Allahyari explores what it means for data to be colonized.

Duration:00:47:48

Decolonizing the Color of Queerness

6/10/2019
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Artist Cristina Pitter helps us open Pride Month with a paean from her performance piece, Decolonizing the Color of Queerness

Duration:00:21:35

Discussing the Future of Design and Tech with Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator at MoMA

6/8/2019
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Antonelli shares her thoughts on the world of tech, design, and the work of a beloved arts organization that is celebrating 20 years, Eyebeam.

Duration:00:41:09

The Los Angeles Art Landscape, Through the Lens of Our Writers

5/31/2019
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Hyperallergic’s Los Angeles senior editor, Elisa Wouk Almino, chats with three contributors about their versions of the ever-evolving LA art scene.

Duration:00:33:25

Michael Rakowitz Discusses Withdrawing from the 2019 Whitney Biennial, and His Leonard Cohen Problem

5/17/2019
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The artist shares his thoughts on museums, power, art, and ideology.

Duration:01:11:55

What Should Artists Do With Their Work After They Die?

4/17/2019
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I talk to two artist estate experts who share their thoughts on what needs to be done when an artist dies.

Duration:00:44:15

Tapping into the Art World's Potential to Making Us Feel Empowered

4/15/2019
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A new event is working to demystify the art industry, while empowering artists and art professionals through deep conversation and myth-busting workshops.

Duration:00:36:33

An Artist Works to Break Down the Walls Between a College and Its Community

3/31/2019
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What does it mean for an artist to be invited into an institution of higher learning to engage in conversations about safety, community, and change?

Duration:00:36:09

A Museum Hires a Full-time Therapist

3/22/2019
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Is a museum visit just what the doctor ordered? In Montreal, medical professionals can prescribe you a museum visit to see the only full-time art therapist working in a museum on the continent.

Duration:00:29:49

Discussing Modern and Contemporary Art of the Middle East with Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi

3/7/2019
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In a region often overlooked on the maps of modern art lovers, one man has made it his mission to inform the world.

Duration:00:39:46

Traveling Through the Uyghur Homeland with Lisa Ross

2/28/2019
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For 17 years, artist Lisa Ross has been documenting the lands of Western China that are home to Uyghurs, a population that is threatened today by the Chinese authorities.

Duration:00:52:20

Hyperallergic Editors Reflect on Warhol’s Superbowl Commercial, MoMA Expansion, and More

2/15/2019
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This week was a snowy one in Brooklyn, so Hyperallergic editors decided to gather and chat about some of the stories we've been reporting about.

Duration:00:33:26

Discussing the Sculptures of Richard Serra with Hal Foster

1/24/2019
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A new book of conversations between the noted artist and art historian captures a complex body of work that continues to challenge the conventions of sculpture.

Duration:00:28:00

The Political Life of Memes with An Xiao Mina

1/10/2019
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Memes are increasingly part of protest movements, but how do we understand their role and purpose? A new book helps us figure it out.

Duration:00:43:54

Lowery Stokes Sims and Chloë Bass Talk Empathy, Art, and Education

12/7/2018
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What does it mean to have empathy? How do we navigate difference? Can contemporary art contribute to our understanding of all this?

Duration:00:51:30

Didier William on Painting a Revolution

11/29/2018
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In his large two-part exhibition, the queer Haitian-American artist centers the body, which figures in his work both literally and figuratively.

Duration:00:28:37

Antwaun Sargent on Black Contemporary Art

11/15/2018
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From social media to mainstream publications, Sir Sargent (as he is know online) is dedicating himself to ensuring that Black voices in the art world are heard.

Duration:00:47:29

Carleton Watkins and Photography’s Romance with the American West

11/9/2018
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How do you tell the story of an artist whose archive was destroyed? Tyler Green’s new book focuses on a major figure in the early history of photography.

Duration:00:45:32

The Book Object as Exhibition, an Interview with Dayanita Singh

11/1/2018
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We talk to Singh her discontent with photography that simply exist on the walls of art galleries and museums, and why she prefers to create objects that she conceives as mini-exhibition.

Duration:00:41:48