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The New Museum’s retrospective of Faith Ringgold seems especially timely. The exhibition reveals how Ringgold’s work sees race not only as a matter of identity politics, but also as foundational to U.S. history, and how Black lives mattered to its creation.
The New York International Antiquarian Book Fair (NYIABF) is making its return to Park Avenue Armory for its 62nd Edition.
This slideshow is dedicated to black, contemporary artists that we believe our readers should know more about. The artworks highlighted here span drawing, painting, quilting, and sculptural practice.
At New York’s George Adams Gallery, this exhibition creates a visual conversation between influential twentieth-century Bay-Area painter Elmer Bischoff (1916–1991) and contemporary New York-based painter Tom Burckhardt.
Lately, the word's anxious focus on Ukraine has, understandably, reached new heights. The country is home to more than 44 million people and UNESCO World Heritage sites that include a string of scientific monuments, and five stunning feats of architecture.
His gathering of marks “is about making a language,” he says. “I couldn’t do enough to get clarity, so I made groupings.” He divided them into categories—“Families,” “Beginnings,” and “Universes.” “It’s a matter of time—an ongoing project.”
The Savannah College of Art and Design presents SCAD deFINE ART 2022, honoring visionary artist Katharina Grosse. New exhibitions encourage deeper engagement with the histories we inherit, creating spaces in the present moment to envision a future full of opportunity.
Born in Paris in 1840, Claude Monet became a master painter whose works have become synonymous with the Impressionist movement he helped found. Here are ten little-known facts about the life of Claude Monet.
RiNo Art District envelops three Denver neighborhoods and features more than 200 murals. The outdoor gallery transformed neighborhoods once known for their mucky riverbeds and some of the world’s worst air pollution into a destination that draws visitors.