With two stellar retrospectives, one time-based installation, and several commissions by local artists, the Phillips Collection has dedicated its galleries to highlighting abstract work by Black artists.
Insurrection is a blunt effort by an artist to find a sensational edge to a national tragedy.
In Amber Robles-Gordon’s artwork, the borders between states matter less than the overlapping territories of self, the never-ending negotiation of identity.
The work in The Travel Section points to the isolation of a lockdown, but it’s not without moments of release.
For Open on K, Hemphill in Washington D.C. asked artists to bring their biggest ideas.
The museum is outsourcing jobs in its retail shops to Event Network, a company that manages museum stores nationwide.
“Questions from this council about AFTA’s racial equity work have been met with resistance, claims of capacity issues, and defensiveness,” says a letter signed by 14 out of 15 elected members of AFTA’s Arts Education Advisory Council.
Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi, “Caress my darkness, liminal lover 3” (2016), acrylic and watercolor on panel, 30 x 24 in. (all images courtesy of Hemphill Fine Arts) “Caress my darkness, liminal lover” is the title of three paintings by Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi. Each depicts a brimstone hellscape speckled with cypress trees, plumages of seafoam-colored cabbage, and […]