Carrie Mae Weems accepted the 2016 National Artist Award at Anderson Ranch Arts Center’s 50th anniversary celebration...as part of Anderson Ranch’s 2016 Summer Series of art talks, she reflected on
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For years, Faith Ringgold was best known in the art world as a maker of gorgeous painted quilts and as an author and illustrator of children’s books...
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.
Aperture Magazine‘s first issue dedicated to African American lives as represented by the medium of photography, “Vision & Justice,” was published last month.
Consistently in print for 25 years, Tar Beach is a mainstay of the Random House Children’s Books backlist, observed Knopf associate publishing director Melanie Cecka Nolan.
"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.
Hosted by Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation, the event had a centerpiece of a series of vibrant and moving readings by contributors and friends...Writer and critic Margo Jefferson