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Xaviera Simmons’s walled display structure, conceived for her solo show at the museum, was painted pink and used in another exhibition.
by Elaine Velie
Though its creators won’t admit it, Here Lies Love is a tribute to the former First Lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos, a human rights criminal and a relentless grifter.
Scholars, artists, curators, activists, and historians will convene at Syracuse University in October to consider the role of monuments and their contested place in contemporary society.
The exhibition Return To Sender, co-organized by Mariame Kaba with PEN America, explores the prison industrial complex’s mechanisms of silencing.
by Maya Pontone
All the little things we buy that look simple come from somewhere thanks to a series of interlocking, complex chains and sequences
by AX Mina
Fellowships at the humanities research library and museum are meant for projects requiring the on-site use of archival collections spanning a variety of disciplines.
In a new show in New York City, Ashoona’s memory-based compositions infuse truth coupled with whimsy surrounding life in the Arctic.
by Rhea Nayyar
The art critic and poet collaborated with the Chicago-based painter on a series of prints based on “Wanted” posters of the old Wild West.
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