Portraiture

This 2011 masterpiece by Amy Sherald is a dazzling example of her ability to tell deeply personal stores using her superior portrait painting technique. Sherald's work 'It Made Sense...Mostly In…

Last year offered innumerable compelling subjects to

This spring, the High Museum of Art will present Underexposed: Women Photographers from the Collection (April 17-Aug. 1), an exhibition featuring more than 100 photographs from the Museum’s…
PAVE Contemporary announces the début of CURE/RATED: Bigotry, A Societal Cancer a new, provocative group exhibition that explores the tensions and emotions systematic prejudices engender in society.

CHICAGO – The Art Institute of Chicago is pleased to announce that its doors will reopen on February 11.Bisa Butler: Portraits, which opened last…

Aliza Nisenbaum is best known for her bright, large-scale portraits of people and community groups.
She was one of the leading female painters of her generation and the most important Swiss female portrait artist of the early modern era. Her name: Ottilie W. Roederstein.
Influenced by the Mexican mural movement and its depiction of social history, Nisenbaum creates paintings that often focus on different members of a community and with the current global health…