In Flexing: New Realm, Carter combines visual references to European royalty and nobility with contemporary Black aesthetics.
The Central American Diaspora and Stories of Coming of Age
Artists reflect on migration, memory, and the cultural bonds that unite the first- and second-generation children of Central American immigrants who have fled civil wars, violence, and natural disasters.
Curators Experiment with Scale, Bringing New Life to the Jim Crow-era Photography of Hugh Mangum
A concise show of photographs printed for impact, at an enlarged scale and in color, magnifies questions about race in the United States.
Protesters Topple Confederate Statue in Durham
A stunning video shows the monument, which was erected in 1924, come crashing down as people cheer.
‘Southern Accent’ Is a Revolutionary Exploded Diagram of Southern Identity in Contemporary Art
As a lifelong resident of the South who often has cause to talk to people from elsewhere, I find that my accent is a recurring topic of conversation. Someone will wonder why I don’t have one, and seem astonished. Someone else will retort, “What are you talking about? He totally has one!” and seem amused.