This week: Hyperallergic founderÂ Hrag Vartanian live from NADA.
Hyperallergic is a forum for serious, playful and radical thinking about art in the world today.
Created by husband-and-husband team, Veken Gueyikian and Hrag Vartanian, Hyperallergic officially launched on October 14, 2009. It combines the best of art blog and magazine culture by focusing on publishing quality and engaging writing and images from informed and provocative perspectives.
The site was theÂ winner of Best Art Blog at the 2011Â Art & Reality ConferenceÂ in St. Petersburg, Russia.
In 2011 alone, Hyperallergic was featured on major media outlets around the world, including television stations, like Al Jazeera, radio stations, like WNYC and 97X, newspapers, likeÂ New York Times,Â Washington Post,Â Los Angeles Times,Â theÂ Guardian,Â The Art Newspaper, Polandâ€™sÂ OnetÂ WiadomoÅ›ci,Â Hungaryâ€™sÂ OrigoÂ and Israelâ€™s Ynet.co.il,Â magazines and journals likeÂ The Nation,Â Art News, Italyâ€™sÂ Internazionale,Â The Brooklyn Rail, and not to mention dozens of websites, including Boing Boing, Kottke, Andrew Sullivan, Felix Salmon, CNN.com, Huffington Post, Memeorandum, Gothamist, Gawker, Kotaku, FoxNews.com,Â NBCSports.com, PSFK, Brooklyn365 and The Strangerâ€™s Slog.
Hyperallergic also publishes aÂ Weekend editionÂ edited by leading writers and journalists. It offers a closer look at issues in art, books, films, theatre, dance and music.
In addition to the blogazine, our fast-growingÂ Hyperallergic LABSÂ is one of the largest art blogs on Tumblr. It is a visual laboratory that explores weekly themes through art and mines the internet for images, memes, quotes, links and videos. LABS is an online experiment that welcomes public submissions for itsÂ Talk Back TuesdayÂ feature every Tuesday and itsÂ Events ThursdayÂ feature every Thursday. To submit content, visitÂ hyperallergic.tumblr.com/submit
The Hyperallergic Podcast, known asÂ Hyperallergic TV, features video & audio discussions of art, exhibitions, trends, the art blogosphere, and issues facing the art world. Hyperallergic TV is alsoÂ available on iTunes.
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