At the unveiling this morning, Michelle Obama spoke about her “instant connection” with Amy Sherald, while Barack Obama said he asked Kehinde Wiley “to bring it down just a touch.”
The 11.5-foot-tall marker, which commemorates the distances protesters traveled, went on view at the National Museum of the American Indian last week.
The NEA, which the Trump administration has proposed to fully defund, has long been accused of primarily serving coastal elites, when in fact the opposite is true.
After the deadly Ghost Ship fire, internet trolls have tried to get DIY art spaces around the country shut down by calling in bogus safety code violations.
After being dragged into one of 2016’s strangest news stories over a mural he made six years ago, Arrington de Dionyso took a public stand against far-right extremists’ mob censorship.
Sheldon Scott’s performance is based on the experiences of enslaved Africans in rice production in the American South.
On Saturday, the Corcoran Gallery of Art played host to a guerrilla funeral, not for a generous public figure or beloved artist, but for the institution itself.