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Hyperallergic
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A NY-based art blogazine covering art and its discontents.
A NY-based art blogazine covering art and its discontents.

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While hospitalized for depression, artist Ida Applebroog created a series of intimate drawings that capture the painful reality of mental illness.

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Nina Katchadourian reimagines the everyday world through playful, witty juxtapositions, but there's a serious curiosity behind them. 

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Diane Arbus’s early photographs, shot on 35mm film, reveal the path of the flâneur through New York City and hint at her photography to come. 

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What will our national parks look like if we don’t do something about climate change? 

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In a book depicting 101 survivors of gun violence, words and photographs reveal the physical and emotional scars that remain. 

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A million pixels comprise what might be the largest artistic collaboration ever. 

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In a series of photographs, objects from estate sales become memento mori, tokens that remind us of life’s brevity. 

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We have become so accustomed to violence against black bodies that, even when explicitly depicted on film, it remains “implied.” 

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From banned practice to elite society trend, the long, complex history of tattooing in New York City is on view at The New-York Historical Society. 

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The oldest known living thing in New York City is a tree in Queens. Artist Rachel Owens created casts from the tree and fused them with a rainbow of glass shards, creating a geode-like forest of sculptures. 
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