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February 19, 2022June 5, 2022
Albright-Knox Northland
In These Truths is an exhibition of works by Black cultural producers, co-curated by two of Buffalo’s most influential, charismatic, and insightful artists, Edreys Wajed and Aitina Fareed-
February 17, 2022June 5, 2022
The New Museum
As it happens, this exhibition arrives amid a wave of renewed interest in Ringgold after years of fitful recognition.
March 12, 2022June 12, 2022
Chisenhale Gallery
Chisenhale Gallery is pleased to present, say cheeeeese, a new commission by artist Rachel Jones and her first solo exhibition in an institution.
November 19, 2021June 19, 2022
Brooklyn Museum
The Brooklyn Museum’s exhibit Andy Warhol: Revelation explores an aspect of his career that
October 16, 2021June 26, 2022
Minneapolis Institute of Art
A collection of drawings by Jewish Argentinian-American artist Mauricio Lasansky took the world by storm after their debut at the Whitney Museum of Art in 1967, followed by a tour of North America.
April 14, 2022July 2, 2022
Olde Hope New York Gallery
Shelf Life: The Art of Laurene Krasny Brown runs from April 14 – July 2 and features thirty-seven of the artist’s works hung alongside complimentary pieces of American painted furniture, f
March 27, 2022July 10, 2022
Baltimore Museum of Art
Museums don’t usually need seventeen curators to mount one exhibit, but that’s how many worked on an eclectic new show at the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA).
January 26, 2022July 10, 2022
The Block Museum
A Site of Struggle takes a new approach to looking at the intersection of race, violence and art by examining how American artists have grappled with anti-Black violence over a 100+ year p
March 4, 2021July 31, 2022
Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Visitors are invited to build, use, and shape the works of art both individually and collectively.
May 7, 2022September 5, 2022
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Installed in the Met’s American Wing period rooms, the show will highlight individual U.S. designers and dressmakers from the nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century.