Michael Maurello, former payroll manager at the Art Institute of Chicago, continued his scheme for over a decade before he was caught.
The long-gone art gallery afforded Black artists a space to create without having to consider the pressures of the commercial art market or the fickle nature of nonprofit art institutions.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music will screen Camille Billops and James Hatch’s unique films centering Black American life, sexuality, and social issues.
Getty Images says it is suing Stability AI, creator of Stable Diffusion, alleging intellectual property right infringement.
Some are praising Hank Willis Thomas’s artwork depicting MLK and Coretta Scott King’s embrace, but others question the design.
Comrade Sisters centers photographs and personal accounts of the women who made up over two-thirds of the party.
“The work to battle entrenched white supremacy in our communities is far from over,” said artist Sandy Williams IV.
The artist’s style blends aesthetic and cultural elements from Ghana, London, and New York’s graffiti scenes.
Her work transports viewers into a timeless space where beauty, community, and the natural world are valued above all.
Hilton Als’s collection of materials, art, and ephemera isn’t meant to elucidate Morrison’s work but ponder the novelist’s impact on American culture.
Merging past and present Scott magnifies what has been reduced in American history to a plaque on a highway.
Did Jill Freedman, a leftist activist, create a pro-law enforcement series of images?