I have to credit David Zwirner for attempting to include the queer community, but I can’t help but feel conflicted about the whole initiative.
Williams, who just won the Made in LA award, readdresses harms wrought by capitalism, colonialism, and anti-Black rhetoric.
The large murals by Palestinians and international artists depict the eyes of famous philosophers, activists, and artists.
Fifty years ago, the historic Sapphire Show modeled a Black feminist ethics of uplifting one another when others fail to do so.
Teeming with energy, Nyandoro’s works express a disquieting otherworldliness, suspended at the fragile cusp between reality and dreams.
From depictions of his mother to his closest friends, Niles’s canvases illustrate a willful vulnerability to ruminate on the profound relationships in his life.
Asunción Molinos Gordo creates pitchers, jugs, and basins in centuries-old designs typical of the Iberian Peninsula and the Mediterranean.
Focused on mosaics, the only technique whose color doesn’t fade over time, Colors of the Romans helps audiences look at the ancient society as those living then would have seen it.
Created nearly 200 years ago for the artist’s unpublished The Great Picture Book of Everything, the works will go on view at the British Museum.
This week, Lucia Hierro’s oversized sculptures of shopping bags, the billionaire obsession with outer space, shutting out comic book artists, Ishmael Reed, bad book tropes, and more.
Alice Neel: People Come First yielded a work I had never seen and that I will never unsee.
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