This show arrives at a tender time in the country’s history, when cultural and ancestral histories feel at risk of erasure or condemnation...
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But there’s more to the darkness in these scenes. Sholette is offering a new metaphor to discover: dark matter from outer space as an analogy for activism amidst the plight of our age.
[Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman] have spent years observing how cities along the border grow and develop...Using what they’ve learned, they’ve designed research-based urban intervention projects, c
The exhibit reflects the growing prominence and complexity of the field of African American Art over the last 60 years. Forty two artists are represented...
His success as an entrepreneur is a result of his perseverance and dedication..."One thing I always tell entrepreneurs is if you can out-passion and out-commit and out-determine your competition
Ringgold shared some information with the Indianapolis Recorder about her life as an artist and what she is working on now...
'Die' has been on view at the entrance of MoMA’s collection galleries on the fourth-floor, and it always seems to have a crowd around it when I pass by.
The stunning rise of nationalism, populism, and fundamentalism has roiled the world.
The Museum of Modern Art recently acquired Faith Ringgold’s extremely violent, 12-foot-wide painting “American People Series #20: Die” (1970), which will be the focus of her conversation tonight
Suzanne Wright’s cut-ups transform flat two-dimensional space into wormholes that transport you to the utopic order of 1960s United States during the Space Race.