hyperallergic Detail of Arman Manookian, “Hawaiian Boy and Girl” (1928), oil on canvas, collection of John and Patty Dilks, on long term loan to the Honolulu Academy of Arts (from John Seed’s ‘Arman Manookian: An Armenian Artist in Hawai’i') 2h

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hyperallergic Warhol Computer Art Discovered on 1985 Floppy Discs / Andy Warhol, “Campbell’s” (1985) (The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visuals Arts, Inc., courtesy of The Andy Warhol Museum) 11h

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hyperallergic Jakob + Macfarlane, “Pavillon Nomade I” (2014) ( Jakob+Macfarlane; courtesy School Gallery / Olivier Castaing) 1d

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hyperallergic We got inside Philip Johnson-designed New York State Pavilion (all photographs by Allison Meier for Hyperallergic) 1d

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hyperallergic Still from Saya Woolfalk, “Becoming a Chimera” (2013), which will be featured in the video art program during Friday night's The Lost Lectures. 2d

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hyperallergic The World's Fair NY State Pavilion is open for only one day (today) and the line to very long. This is the first time in 27 years it will be open. 3d

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hyperallergic A masterwork in alabaster. “Head of Saint Jon the Baptist” (c. 1470–1500) (image courtesy Victoria and Albert Museum) 3d
  •   sofffiamaria My favorite museum. Always an inspiration. 3d
  •   okiemann FYI: These V&A works can be seen in Museum of Biblical Art's Object of Devotion exhibition until June 8 2d
  •   augustdering Love the V&A 1d

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hyperallergic Tom Sachs, American Handmade Paintings, exhibition view (image courtesy Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris/Salzburg; photo: Charles Duprat) 3d

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hyperallergic Leslie Baum, “A Brevity of Oracles” (2014) (image courtesy the artist) 4d

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hyperallergic Kingdom Tower in Saudi Arabia will be the tallest building in the world in 2019 at a height of 3,280 feet (~1,000 meters). As a point of comparison, New York’s Empire State Building is 1,454 feet (443.2 meters) high. And just in case you weren’t sure what this tower “means,” architect Adrian Smith of Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architects explains: “Our vision for Kingdom Tower is one that represents the new spirit of Saudi Arabia … This tower symbolizes the Kingdom as an important global business and cultural leader, and demonstrates the strength and creative vision of its people.” (via Mashable) 4d
  •   havaravah the bridge spanning the river makes the tower look like an appliance plugged in across the shore. 4d
  •   ianmeth Not to crazy with the design... 4d
  •   ianmeth I meant too 4d
  •   dolfin_d Scary 4d
  •   jackszwergold "Strength & creative vision of it's people." When I think strength, I think tower. A big, engorged, erection of a tower. 4d
  •   elisatreszerocinq Total waste of space. What will they put in it? Hotels for married couples, bars with no alcohol, gender segregated clubs with no music, cinemas with no movies, some sand, a couple of lambos, and a prayer room on each floor. F*ck you, f*ck you, f*ck you, you're cool (points to women and the queers), f*ck you, I'm out. (Drops mic) 4d
  •   nadiajsh @elisatreszerocinq Totally agree with you 3d

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hyperallergic Brad Kahlhamer's Fort Gotham Girls + Boys Club show at @jackshainmanny 5d

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hyperallergic Snippets from Tameka Norris' Too Good For You (Introducing Meka Jean) show at @lombardfreid gallery, Chelsea, Manhattan 5d

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hyperallergic Gene Mann at Andrew @edlingallery 5d

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hyperallergic Betty Saar's REDTIME installation at Michael Rosenfeld Gallery 5d

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hyperallergic @janesouth's captivating "Raked" show at Spencer Brownstone 5d

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hyperallergic Ryan Wong delivering his "Chinatown Boheme" lecture at @RecessArt 5d

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hyperallergic Daniel Canoga's mesmerizing "Small Data" show at @bitforms 5d

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hyperallergic Eve Aschheim at @LoriBookstein Gallery 5d

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hyperallergic An early work by Marzie Nejad, “The Infinitesimal” (1987), oil on canvas board, 24 x 36 in (image courtesy Luise Ross Gallery, New York) #art #iranian #iranianamerican #painting 6d

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hyperallergic Kurt Vonnegut, “Untitled” (nd) (all images courtesy the Monacelli Press) 6d
  •   heyvolpe Thanks for getting connected! Great idea for a blog. 4d

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