"Iana Quesnell showed an extensive selection of her pencil and graphite drawings, including some of her signature large-scale maps of civilization, history, and neuroscience; her maps detailing her
What others condemned as wasteful, Montoya saw as an attempt to craft an alternative identity that could not be smothered by calls to assimilate into mainstream American culture—-which often exc
The show quotes the former New York mayor Ed Koch in its title and expands on a project that the American artist Martha Rosler initiated in 1989 titled "If You Lived Here…" that dealt with gentr
Jamilah Sabur is a Miami based artist working intimately in performance, multimedia and installation.
Works dangle from the ceiling, line the wall, cover floors, fill vitrines and – in the case of an extensive mesh of knotted rope by Anya Gallaccio – cascade out through the trees in the gallery
Aperture Magazine‘s first issue dedicated to African American lives as represented by the medium of photography, “Vision & Justice,” was published last month.
The project has received multiple prizes and global recognition, including being selected as the best arts-intervention project with a social impact by Harvard University’s Cultural Agents Initi
It is impossible for Author & Punisher not to steal whatever show the solo project is a part of.
"7 Albums" is elliptical; it is poetic. The show works as an additive — but one that’s both nuanced and gentle. It is a kind of tribute to Jarman or an elegy, and yet it is neither...
At Manhattan’s famed Radio City Music Hall, artist Carrie Mae Weems delivered a powerful commencement address to 1,100 graduates of the School of Visual Arts.