The museum announced 33 recent acquisitions by artists including Laura Aguilar, Loïs Mailou Jones, and Jaune Quick-to-See Smith.
Organized by geographic regions of the United States, a list of arts-related graduate programs to explore and apply to before deadlines close next year.
The World Monuments Fund is urging the Indian Institute of Management to reconsider destroying architect Louis Kahn’s historic campus.
In To the Ends of the Earth, Kiyoshi Kurosawa uses the techniques of horror movies to depict the alienation of being a tourist.
Amanda Cotrim’s photographs document the thousands of abortion rights advocates who erupted into festivities throughout Buenos Aires on the day of the vote.
Finding Yingying avoids exploiting a young woman’s abduction and murder by handling her case with compassion and delicacy.
In his role based on the life of cartoonist Keith Knight, Lamorne Morris highlights the uncomfortable and at times exasperating self-awareness that comes with being Black in public.
World-altering events forced me to reexamine my work and personal priorities and pushed me to confront the elephant in the room.
We love representation, the power of signifying, and the incisiveness of well-argued critique, but by themselves, these tools won’t effect structural change.
Institutional trauma is real.
The cultural landscape has taken more blows in 2020 than ever before in order to stay afloat during the pandemic.
From exhibitions to online projects, here’s a rundown of work that has sparked joy, challenged, moved, or otherwise stuck with me through this hell of a year.