A new exhibition focuses on Hesse’s works on paper, and the way they demonstrate the role of drawing in the famed sculptor’s process.
To commemorate the 400-year anniversary of the arrival of the first slave ships in the United States, a recent exhibition at the Allen Memorial Art Museum explores Paul Gilroy’s concept of the “Black Atlantic.”
As part of FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, artists have transformed the Oberlin College campus with sculptural reflections on architecture.
The exhibition Black to the Powers of Ten at Oberlin’s Allen Memorial Art Museum showcases the artist’s extensive examination of black identity and labor.
In the artist’s intervention at Oberlin’s Allen Memorial Art Museum, white and black bodies suggest a deeper, racialized meaning.
I was speaking the other day to my colleague — and increasingly friend — Rebecca Uchill, who is headquartered at MIT, and she told me that one of the perks of being at MIT is that you can take real art home (or to the dorms, anyway) as part of some glorious art lottery known as the Student Loan Art Program. WHAT?!?!