Ed Clark was hardly a household name, but his work fit squarely in the era’s prevailing genre–Abstract Expressionism. The thing is, Clark was black.
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From the art neighborhoods of the Lower East Side to Chelsea, women artists have kicked off New York’s fall cultural season with some of the best exhibitions in the city.
In this round-up, we examine seven solo shows at New York's top galleries, whose virtual sites function as an additional global space for all.
Within the last month, the world has dramatically shifted due to COVID-19, greatly affecting businesses across the world, including the art market.
ArtLab was formed to create bespoke technological solutions for the most pressing issues in the art world, including greater accessibility and sustainability.
The first major survey of Whitten’s works on paper, this landmark exhibition explores the evolution of the artist's drawing process through seventy-six works on paper from the 1960s to the late 2010s.
Since booking one of the most prestigious commissions an artist can get, Sherald has emerged as one of the most important voices in American contemporary art.
Amy Sherald documents contemporary African-American experience in the United States through arresting, otherworldly paintings. Subverting the medium of portraiture to tease out unexpected…