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The Hyperallergic Podcast travels around the globe to uncover the evolving world of art.

The Hyperallergic Podcast travels around the globe to uncover the evolving world of art.
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The Hyperallergic Podcast travels around the globe to uncover the evolving world of art.

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English


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Linda Nochlin Explores the Role of Women in the Arts in a Previously Unaired Interview

10/11/2018
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In this extensive interview from a year before groundbreaking feminist art history Nochlin passed away, we talk to her about women in the art world, particularly in the Abstract Expressionist movement.

Duration:00:57:17

YO, Deborah Kass!

10/4/2018
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Artist Deborah Kass’s “OY/YO” (2015) is a Brooklyn favorite, and now the eight-foot tall public art work is landing in front of the Brooklyn Museum, and we ask her what the work is really about.

Duration:00:32:28

How the #MeToo Movement Has Impacted the Performing Arts

9/27/2018
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This month's American Theatre magazine is full of stories of sexual assault in the performing arts. We talk to Senior Editor Diep Tran about the impact of #MeToo on the theatre scene.

Duration:00:23:59

What Does a Black Radical Art Education Look Like?

9/20/2018
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The Black School talks to Hyperallergic about the role of radical Black education and the "Black art world," in a special interview that comes on the heels of their residency and exhibition at New York's New Museum.

Duration:01:17:09

What the Hell Are McMansions and Why Do They Exist?

9/13/2018
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McMansions are the houses many of us love to hate, and we invited Kate Wagner, aka McMansion Hell, to talk oversized buildings of wealth and status and what they all mean.

Duration:00:47:38

The Rebel Women of 19th-Century New York

9/6/2018
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A new exhibition explores the “Rebel Women” of 19th-century New York, and we talk to curator Marcela Micucci to discover the stories of these largely forgotten figures. And then we talk to critic Paddy Johnson and artist William Powhida, co-hosts of the Explain Me podcast, about the fall season at New York museums.

Duration:00:37:06

Is the Art World Ready for the Sanctuary Movement?

8/30/2018
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This week we talk to Abou Farman, artist and anthropologist at the New School, and Raquel de Anda, director of public engagement at No Longer Empty, about their recent efforts to educate New York City cultural leaders about the needs of immigrant communities. And then we interview Emma Sulkowicz, who many people suggest helped kick off the #MeToo movement with their widely publicized "Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight)" (2014–2015) performance.

Duration:00:44:56

Who Was Artist David Wojnarowicz?

8/23/2018
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Last month, a dozen activists gathered at the Whitney Museum to condemn the institution’s lack of modern context about the HIV/AIDS epidemic in relation to Wojnarowicz’s artwork. In this episode we talk to Wojnarowicz biographer Cynthia Carr who helps narrate the complicated story of an artist who became one of the luminaries of New York's East Village scene in the 1980s.

Duration:01:17:23

The State of the Union at the Museum of Modern Art

8/9/2018
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Members of MoMA’s biggest union have been working over 80 days without a contract, and we ask them to explain what’s going on.

Duration:00:28:29

Hearing from the Artist Behind Anonymous Was a Woman

8/2/2018
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We talk to Susan Unterberg, the person behind the mysterious Anonymous Was a Woman foundation that gives $25,000 — no strings attached — to female artists over 40. And then we talk about a boxing exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum that’s worth a look.

Duration:00:23:07

How Contemporary Female Artists Are Grappling with Sexual Violence in Their Work

7/27/2018
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Curator Monika Fabijanska talks about her The Un-Heroic Act: Representations of Rape in Contemporary Women's Art in the US exhibition, and arts journalist Barbara Pollack chats about her new book on an emerging generation of Chinese contemporary artists.

Duration:00:27:10

The Birth of the Dumpling Emoji

7/19/2018
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This episode features Jennifer 8 Lee, who fought to add a dumpling emoji 🥟to everyone’s keyboard.

Duration:00:21:17

Ford Foundation President Darren Walker on the Power of Art, Inequality, and Detroit

11/9/2017
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Hyperallergic's editor-in-chief Hrag Vartanian talks to Ford Foundation President Darren Walker about the public's interest in scrutinizing institutional authority, Walker's own love of art, and the renovations at the Foundation's building, and also discussed Agnes Gund's new Art for Justice fund, the role of the arts for marginalized communities, and the importance of public education.

Duration:00:35:33

Egyptian Surrealism and the Quest to Define Modern Egyptian Art

1/5/2017
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Hyperallergic travels to Cairo to see one of the new wave of exhibitions that are reintroducing Egyptian modern art, particularly related to the Art and Liberty group (often referred to as Egyptian Surrealism), to a wider audience.

Duration:00:19:34

Marilyn Minter and Xaviera Simmons Talk Art, Sex, and American Democracy

12/22/2016
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Artists Marilyn Minter and Xaviera Simmons both have solo shows up in New York this month. We invited them to chat with Hyperallergic's editor-in-chief Hrag Vartanian about sex, art, gender inequality, Planned Parenthood, and the election.

Duration:00:21:23

A Conversation with Mega-collector Don Rubell

12/8/2016
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Hyperallergic's Editor-in-chief Hrag Vartanian speaks to mega-collector Don Rubell of the Rubell Family Collection about decades of collecting and establishing one of the biggest collections of contemporary art in the world.

Duration:00:33:30

The Roles of Art and Artists at the Pipeline Protests in North Dakota

12/2/2016
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In the Oceti Sakowin Camp at Stadning Rock, North Dakota, there is a prominent art tent area. Dozens of artists and volunteers are silkscreening and producing work among the thousands of waterprotectors and their allies, which have arrived to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline from crossing the Missouri River. Among those artists is Standing Rock native Cannupa Hanska Luger and three of his friends, Jesse Hazelit, Raven Chacon, and Dylan McLaughlin. Hyperallergic spoke to the friends to discuss...

Duration:01:05:36

Artists Rebecca Nagle and Graci Horne Help Women Confront Sexual Violence at Standing Rock

12/1/2016
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Native American women grapple with the highest rates of sexual violence in the United States and two Native American artists, Rebecca Nagle and Graci Horne, have traveled to Standing Rock to create a Healing Tent and to work on their Monument Quilt project, which addresses sexual violence.

Duration:00:33:13

A Report from Standing Rock, Where Artists Listen, Learn, Inspire, and Heal

11/29/2016
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Hyperallergic traveled to Oceti Sekowin Camp at Standing Rock, where thousands of water protectors and their allies are trying to stop the multi-billionaire dollar Dakota Access Pipeline, which is being pushed by the government and major oil companies. We talk to artists about why they’re there and what they are doing to listen, learn, inspire, and heal.

Duration:00:20:36

Curator and Art Historian Kellie Jones

10/18/2016
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Curator and art historian Kellie Jones is the guest for our latest episode. A 2016 McArthur Fellow, Jones is a lifelong New Yorker and an associate professor at Columbia University. She spoke to Hyperallergic about her work, life, and the evolving world of contemporary art. Photo: John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Duration:00:24:54