As part of Newsome’s new multi-part project with Leslie-Lohman Museum, the pair will discuss their “relationships to soil and earth, WEB Du Bois, and the lie of the American experiment.”
Art 4 [CHANGE] will look at two brand-new murals in the city by Karina Vazquez and Nychole Owens.
For two weeks last fall, performance artist Alisa Oleva walked with 33 different women in Istanbul; sometimes for 30 minutes, sometimes for three hours, but always from 1500 miles away.
In ALEXANDRIA, bright stripes and zigzags pop against sprawling environments, telegraphing both impressive depth and intense seclusion.
Curator and author Legacy Russell reassesses gender reveal party wildfires, and the gendered “atmospheres” left in their techno-ecological wake.
Prachakul paints friends and acquaintances who, like the artist, are part of the Asian diaspora.
Pels’s work evokes a blinking unease, posing questions about the nature of power in the arenas of sex, war, and religion.
The vibrant pigment, created accidentally in 2009 by chemists at Oregon State University, is now commercially available.
Carson’s geometric paintings, inspired by the land of big sky, mimic rolling hills and valleys.
In The Trials of the Golden Rat, Patrick Duegaw recasts Hercule’s feats as the troubling behavior of a powerful man, reframing his targets through the guise of powerful women standing up for themselves.
The impressive exhibition undertaken by the Capitoline Museums and the Torlonia Foundation was 40 years in the making, and placed close to 100 marble sculptures from the storied Torlonia collection on view.
This week, Dennis Cooper, white savior cinema, the maker of Bernie’s mittens, a decolonial Qur’an, Ishmael Reed, and more.