Poorly Watched Girls is Suzanne Bocanegra’s largest exhibition to date and the culmination of her collaboration with the Fabric Workshop and Museum.
A recent exhibition of this art historical figure at the Reina Sofia is amplified by a visit to where she worked.
The future New Yorker cartoonist sat in front of me in class at Brooklyn’s Ditmas Junior High School. She was the class brain, and loved to draw.
A major exhibition on view at the Barnes Foundation presents a chance to understand the qualities that made Morisot’s success possible.
A new retrospective charts the graphic novelist’s journey from her dysfunctional family’s funeral home to being appointed Vermont’s Cartoonist Laureate in 2017.
The 13 artists in Natural Wonders: The Sublime in Contemporary Art summon the raw power and unruliness of nature, and its ability to inspire awe.
After retiring as a professor of American history from Princeton University, Nell Painter embarked on a new chapter of her life: to become a practicing artist.
Harriet Tubman and Other Truths at Grounds for Sculpture bills itself as Scott’s most comprehensive exhibition to date.
Photographer Wendel White shot artifacts unearthed in the Princeton, NJ house where Paul Robeson was born and projects these images against the façade of the house as part of the exhibition Reconstructed History.