black artists

Really Free is the first major presentation of her work in more than twenty years and the first to consider her practice as a radical act of self-expression and liberation in the post-civil rights-…
Now, at eighty-six, she is getting her due, with a heralded retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum called Both/And, which follows the comprehensive anthology of her writing, Writing in Space, 1973–2019…
In his debut, solo exhibition, Garage Sale: Ain’t Sh!t Gucci, Harlem-based Conceptual Artist, Sean “Belchez” Cort offers his perspective on the positioning of black and brown bodies as commodities,…

How does race structure America’s cities? MoMA’s first exhibition to explore the relationship between architecture and the spaces of African American and African diaspora communities,

Google partnered with Baltimore-based artist Amani Lewis to celebrate Black entrepreneurship with an original piece featuring products made and sold by Black-owned businesses you can shop with.
The artists' works featured span the gamut of drawing, painting, quilting, and sculptural practice. Many of these artists' work both acknowledges the art world's exclusionary history and subverts it.