For any American even mildly ignorant of the rich, complex legacy of Civil Rights within our decidedly disunited country, Dawn Porter’s John Lewis: Good Trouble should be mandatory viewing.
One of central London’s few remaining alternative arts venues struggles to survive in the face of a 333% rent increase.
“It is intriguing, what the mind selects to focus on (or seek refuge in) during a time of crisis.”
Many paintings of Shakespearean scenes feel mawkish or literal-minded, flat-footed or lacking in emotional depth.
Even in this acute moment in our history, the artist is able to slow down his looking to find and celebrate the beauty of human determination.
Family Romance, LLC uses a Japanese rental family service to blur the line between reality and fiction.
Solidarity gestures are trending but as we move from one “Independence Day” to another, will they be accompanied by structural change?
This week, artists reflect on quarantining from their studios in Los Angeles, New York City, Minneapolis–Saint Paul, and Long Island.
Also, 25 editions of a Simone Leigh sculpture sold out in one day, with 100% of proceeds benefitting Color of Change, and more.
From See In Black’s $100 print sale to the Black School’s fundraiser to open a space in New Orleans, here are a few ways you can support BIPOC-led organizations with your dollars.
Approved on July 1, the city’s overall arts and culture will be reduced by 11% in fiscal year 2021.
Magnum, which is entirely owned by photographers, started its historic membership program back in 1955.