After four years away from the art scene the artist returns with work that maps the visual language of contemporary blackness through 108 letterpress posters in the most important installation in the US right now.
A tour of FAST Corporation of Wisconsin reveals the fascinating processes by which contemporary fiberglass public artworks come into being.
Judy Ledgerwood discusses her exhibition Far From the Tree in the context of the 40th anniversary of the Pattern and Decoration movement.
Though the two shows examine the void in distinctly different ways, only one gets it right.
At the 2018 Armory Show, the artist said he doesn’t see his garments as clothes — he sees them as proposals.
Gerald Williams has lived in seven countries and five different states within the US, but his artistic roots are here on Chicago’s south side, the birthplace of AfriCOBRA, of which he was a member.