Featuring works from artists in Latin America and its diasporas, Pop América intervenes in long-held conceptions of Pop Art’s geographic consolidations in the US and UK.
The sculpture, created by Do Ho Suh in 2005, stands close to the former site of “Silent Sam,” a Confederate monument toppled by student activists this summer.
A concise show of photographs printed for impact, at an enlarged scale and in color, magnifies questions about race in the United States.
A low-residency format designed to build a field of craft studies.
A low-residency format to build the field of craft studies.
In the summer of 1952, artist Jack Tworkov traveled to Black Mountain College in Asheville, North Carolina. A leading figure of the New York School, his time at the influential American school, which some people consider “America’s Bauhaus,” is the subject of a new exhibition. We talked to the curator, Jason Andrew.