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Conceived by artist-activist Aram Han Sifuentes, this online exhibition reimagines the act of voting as it could be: broad, inclusive, and cause for celebration.
Rounding up six New York solo shows that highlight reality rendered raw, we take you around the town for a look at some of the best paintings and sculpture being made today.
The Untitled Space is pleased to present a group exhibition and public art series “Art4Equality x Life, Liberty & The Pursuit of Happiness” presented in collaboration with SaveArtSpace and Art4Equality.

It has been two years since Princeton University announced the renowned Ghanaian-British architect Sir David Adjaye would be designing their new art museum. On September 23, Princeton finally gave the public a look at Adjaye’s ambitious contemporary design that seeks to “work” on the iconic Collegiate Gothic campus. 

The richness of Etruscan artistry is currently on show in an exhibition at Museo Centrale Montemartini in Rome. The Colors of the Etruscans brings together a superb series of terracotta frescos and sculpture, which once decorated the walls and roofs of temples, houses, and tombs.
The SCAD Museum of Art has six new exhibitions on view for the Fall/Winter 2020 season showcasing international artists including Guo Fengyi, Emily Mae Smith, Edgar Sanchez Cumbas, KAYA, and a group exhibition curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath.
500 GALLERY IS SHOWCASING ALL 60 LOTS IN ITS TRIBAL ART AUCTION IN THE ROUND, WITH INDIVIDUAL YOUTUBE VIDEOS FOR EACH – AN INDUSTRY FIRST
A new exhibition at MoMA PS1 examines the artwork of those currently or formerly incarcerated, as well as artists who have been impacted by the carceral system. Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration brings together the work of more than thirty-five artists whose diverse experiences and artworks have one thing in common: the prison system.
Betye Saar: Call and Response is the first exhibition to focus on Saar’s sketchbooks and examine the relationship between her found objects, sketches, and finished works.
Alexander von Humboldt and the United States: Art, Nature and Culture is the first exhibition to examine Humboldt’s impact on five spheres of American cultural development: the visual arts, sciences, literature, politics and exploration, between 1804 and 1903.