Tompkins’s quilts are at turns abstract beauties, political statements, faith-based texts, and textile craft.
The Feminist Art Coalition has coordinated with museums nationwide to display feminist art in anticipation of the 2020 election.
The results are arresting, as the writers, who are also men in prison, make anonymous images their own, speaking out of their own experiences, bringing insights and empathy that no outside critic or art historian could.
The Chilean-born artist commemorates calamity while transfiguring its ruin into another tomorrow.
Way Bay visualizes the currents of unbridled creativity that have coursed and flowed throughout the San Francisco Bay Area over the last two centuries.
It is disheartening to see this 50th anniversary of the seminal exhibition Funk pass by without so much as a nod from the art world.