The police department retracted its previous claims that demonstrators were “violent” as part of a settlement in a lawsuit lodged by six protesters who were tear-gassed by officers in June 2020.
The exhibition brings together a selection of Lin’s interpretations of water with brand new, site-responsive works inspired by the Chesapeake Bay.
Gideon Appah’s paintings merge his interest in Ghanaian popular culture with his own imagination, dreams, and fantasies. Now on view in Richmond, Virginia.
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The Virginia governor and Richmond mayor announced a tentative agreement to transfer the massive statue to the local Black History Museum and Cultural Center.
Using sonic frequencies that register just below human audibility, this exhibition in Richmond, Virginia provides site-specific experiences for sound to be deeply felt.
The artist’s newly commissioned work in Richmond, Virginia is made out of soil and water from cities and ports that played important roles in the enslavement of people.
It was the last Confederate statue on Monument Avenue, painted over by Black Lives Matter activists during last year’s historic protests.
The Valentine Richmond History Center wants to display a Davis statue created by artist Edward Valentine, the museum’s first president.
Governor Northam says his new initiative to reimagine public monuments in Virginia would “shine light on previously untold stories.”
The Argentinian artist invites us into her world in the first solo exhibition of her work in the US, on view through January 10, 2021.
The recommendation to move the Confederate general’s monument to the Virginia Museum of History and Culture was made unanimously by the Commission for Historical Statues in the United States Capitol.