Curator Lizzetta LeFalle-Collins discusses the history and lineage of self-taught African American artists, from slavery to the present day.
Winsor & Newton has returned to its roots through the Griffin programs, where artists and scientists benefit from each other’s expertise and perspective.
The artist’s massive aluminum sculpture “Things” commands a former bank space in Midtown Manhattan.
A new partnership is slated to bring affordable energy and light to IKEA consumers around the world.
Winners of the City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship highlight contested histories and utopian pasts in their group show.
An exhibition of video work forces different styles of grieving into one small space.
Members of BP or not BP? and other collectives staged the “Fossil Free Mischief Festival” in front and in the lobby of the RSC’s Stratford-upon-Avon theater.
Robert De Niro senior’s sage advice, which he gave me in the late 1970s, has stayed with me, although I remember finding it intensely challenging when first offered.
But the pop music royals stick to the museum’s main attractions in “Apeshit.”
What happens when they don’t overlap?
An ongoing investigation into the impact of 19th century botanical adventurers on culture shapes questions posed in an exhibition in a now defunct Veterinarian College.
The institution recently opened its revamped permanent collection display, which presents a journey through the state’s charged history sprinkled with salient contemporary art.