Harmony Holiday wants to show “the Baldwin who was baffled and befuddled and wounded and perfectly real.”
From a documentary on annexed villages in the West Bank to a darkly comedic look at the history of the region, here’s what to watch to familiarize yourself with Palestine’s rich movie history.
The founder of the Sevens Foundation, Kang calls himself a “NFT thought leader” who is advocating global and equal opportunities for artists.
“Peoples of the Pacific” is one of six murals that was displayed at the influential “Pageant of the Pacific” Golden Gate International Exposition.
The most gruesome images of COVID-19’s wrath in the Western press have originated from the formerly colonized nation and stand in contrast with an imageless COVID-19 crisis in the United States.
“Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara is being detained solely for peacefully expressing his ideas through his art and for his nonviolent defense of human rights,” the open letter reads.
The cumulative efforts of Cornell’s MFA candidates from the classes of 2021 and 2022 are on view virtually at Bridget Donahue Gallery.
“And we’re brown, and Central American, and this is what’s up,” artist Liliana Castro explains.
Why do these portraits almost always fall short of being lively or authentic?
Let’s face it, the way your art is received is out of your control.
Attempting to interrogate its own lens, the documentary Stop Filming Us mixes sharp insights with disappointing shortcomings.
Johns has repeatedly used one motif whose source has never been identified.