Sarah Blesener photographs American kids — between 8 and 18 years old — training in US patriotic programs, where American history lessons overlap with bible study sessions and military training.
Miracles on the Border: Retablos of Mexican Migrants to the United States graces us with images of heavenly Mexican figures and tells stories of people crossing the border.
The disparity between what we expect from domesticity and what lurks beneath the surface generates a finely wrought tension that coils throughout this show.
Interference Fringe | Tallur L.N., now on view, will debut a towering installation inspired by Indian temple fragments.
During the past decade, many neglected artists have been reconsidered; this cannot be said for Leo Amino.
A rare sighting of an elusive painting.
Between 1968 and 1981, when he turned 13, Khiang H. Hei was at or near the epicenter of several catastrophic historical events reverberating across Southeast Asia.
Originally curated by Elisabeth Cunnick, Artist / Designer (A/D) invited some of the best painters and sculptors of the 70s, 80s, and 90s to confront the distinctions between fine art and function by designing utilitarian objects. On May 4, Rago will offer a selection in its sale of Post-War + Contemporary Art.
The dynamic curator Judith K. Brodsky makes a compelling case for the historical importance and profound expressions of printmaking.
On Friday night, join the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey and the Film Society of Summit for a screening of Exhibition on Screen: Young Picasso.
The Creative Commons is remarkable, not just because the work is so good, but because what it represents is so new.
A photography exhibition on James Collins Johnson is part of a greater initiative at Princeton to investigate and give visibility to the university’s ties to slavery.