While Elise Siegel’s sculptures take the form of traditional portrait busts, they are anything but.
The documentary, titled Making a Perfect Donut, is particularly timely given protests currently going on over the construction of a new base in Henoko.
But will taxpayers foot the bill, paying for the exhibition’s shipment and reinstallation at JFK International Airport?
When a BFA student exhibited an artwork that uses the image of a noose, he didn’t realize the impact it would have on the college community.
In the immortal words of Joni Mitchell, “They paved paradise and put up a
parking lot massive skyscraper.”
Plus, the J. Paul Getty Museum acquires a major Giovanni Segantini painting.
If you really want to get in there and build future generations of toxicity, fear, and violence, you have to start while they’re young!
The artists challenge cultural hierarchies, refute the Western gaze, address social and environmental issues, and investigate the histories of the Black body as labor.
Once relegated to academic footnotes as a bemusing curio, Jean-Jacques Lequeu is finally being fully recognized for his cheeky and dazzling drawings.
The city of Tulsa has received $1 million from Bloomberg Philanthropies to fund public art commemorating Black Wall Street, Pérez Art Museum Miami has received a $100,000 grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and more.