Donning face masks and gloves, and standing six feet apart, workers picketed the Seattle museum, saying two union representatives were unjustly targeted.
Rebecca Brewer’s complex and dynamic compositions hint at the murky depths of psychological and emotional experience.
Rather than being haunted by the past, Jane Wong views “going toward the ghost” as a method of reclaiming her family’s silenced histories.
Workers have partnered with city officials who are calling on the museum’s management to voluntarily recognize their union.
Tschabalala Self explores the iconography, interiority, and subject status of Black women in her multimedia portraits.
Alison Marks’s sculptures, paintings, and textiles often appear gently familiar, but then take a deeper, more troubling turn.