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Joel Swanson’s two neon works, S/HE and T/HERE, are situated in a dark chamber within the Palazzo...The letters “S” and “T” flicker incessantly to frenetic effect, suggesting fluidity of both na
[Rujeko Hockly] A lot of 'We Wanted a Revolution' came out of my work in graduate school and the work I had done about women of color and black feminism outside of the art world.
Staged within a sparse, dimly lit interior, the series counters public stereotypes by showing the complex domestic lives of women and black individuals.
The Lange photographs have become so well-known that the people in Liu’s paintings seem like old friends, their familiar features recaptured in new portraits and images.
Wallen has created interactive models online that demonstrate tree ring growth in response to climate change using two potential scenarios of greenhouse gas emissions...
Stills from the videos and related photographs are thoughtfully interspersed throughout, providing a crucial visual accompaniment to the writing, which moves fluidly through the genres of biogra
“The Gates of Heck” began as a visual arts project in 2008, when Vásquez re-invented Auguste Rodin’s Gates of Hell sculpture with Rodin’s tortured souls replaced by comic-book superheroes and po
There's also no shortage of Simpson's usual paintings, which this time around stick to a blue palette, as well as her favorite themes like gender, race, and identity...
These artists defy categorization, but infuse their practice with photography that recalls the Pictures Generation.
Activist efforts targeting the Whitney Museum of American Art across the 1960s and ’70s provide a starting point to consider the ways in which activists today can effect meaningful changes..