American Art

Illuminating the complexity of art-making amid a global pandemic, this December the Amon Carter Museum of American Art (the Carter) will present Sandy Rodriguez in Isolation, a selection of new works…
Twenty-four exemplary works acquired over the last two years from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation, one of the most important organizations supporting the work of African American artists from the…
In a perfectly paired yin-yang juxtaposition of exhibitions, two artists—Ana María Hernando and Yoshitomo Saito—show works inspired by nature, yet rendered in extremely different media.…
In 1931—between the Great Depression and segregation—a beautiful tombstone was often a privilege denied. Edmonson lost his janitorial job at a Nashville hospital and felt inspired to pursue a new…
National tour of Companion Species—an insightful and timely exhibition that places works of art from Native and non-Native artists in conversation with each other—kicks off at the Chazen. Its…
The Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) recently acquired a major work by legendary contemporary artist Nick Cave. “Soundsuit 8:46” (2021), a mixed-media mannequin of vintage floral textiles and sequined…
In this new body of work, Fallon—known for his striking images of ambiguous figures that both draw on and challenge existing traditions of portraiture—explores how the practice of collecting shapes…

1969 Gallery presents A Dream Deferred, Darryl Westly’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, consisting of oil on linen and canvas paintings made during the tumultuous…