More than 17,000 items make up this collection of photographs, writings, correspondence, and biographical material from 1933 throughout the artist’s life.
An actor and musician debut Portrait of Charles White, a nuanced and complex portrait of the artist, civil rights activist, and educator.
Charles White: A Retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art surveys an illustrious career that spans from the Great Depression to the age of Black Power.
At MoMA, For Freedoms invites guests to contribute to a mural while jazz ensemble Onyx Collective moves through the galleries.
WASHINGTON, DC — Upon entering the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, I made my way through the lobby and down a flight of stairs.
On first glance, some may wonder why MoMA PS1, a New York contemporary art museum, has just opened a historical exhibition of art from Los Angeles. But as MoMA PS1 curator Peter Eleey explained at the press preview last week, the show in question, Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960–1980, actually has a connection to the New York institution.