On display at the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia, works of Benjamin Jones project deep sorrow as well as an unvanquished ray of optimism.
At the Rubin Museum of Art, Truth to Power spotlights Alam’s tireless documentation of over 40 years of struggle and change in his native Bangladesh.
Northern Irish artist Alison Lowry addresses the 200 years of crimes perpetrated by the Catholic Church in collaboration with the Irish state.
Claudette Schreuders’s most recent show at Jack Shainman gallery, In the Bedroom is perhaps both her most revealing and most enigmatic body of work to date.
The show tells a success story not often heard in the world of Indigenous art and culture, chronicling how the Boas/Hunt book has acted as a guide for contemporary Kwakiutl peoples.
Originally defined as an academic museum of Anthropology and World Archeology, the Pitt Rivers Museum has morphed into something much more extensive and meaningful.
The Wellcome Collection in London introduces four mixed-media installations in an immersive, collaborative show between artists and scientists.
A gallery show that turns the form of the grid inside out, shedding more light on this iconic 20th-century favorite.
The artists in Piecework embed intriguing, coded messages into their quilts.
An exhibition at Prospect 4 is showcasing magnificent Mardi Gras costumes, collaged tape cases made by Louis Armstrong, and more.
The Shekhawati region covers almost 5,000 square miles and hosts an estimated 2,000 frescoed buildings built from the 17th to the early 20th century.
At MASS MoCA, sculptures by Lonnie Holley and Dawn DeDeaux reflect the environmental and political state of the earth today.