The acquisitions, part of a three-year project to increase representation of women, include the gallery’s first-ever self-portrait by a Black woman.
When looking at images from the golden age of Sudanese photography, I was reminded to listen as much as look.
As a displaced refugee, Freud knew he would always be something of a stranger to himself, but how much would he ever wish to know of himself?
Photographer Tommy Kha’s Return to Sender exhibition at LMAK Gallery frames him as his own subject — a listless participant in a series of intimate encounters.
Artist Mari Katayama uses objects both to reference her body and to submerge the viewer in a world where the expected limits of the bodily form are reimagined.
Munch’s photographs exhibit an unfinished playfulness with technical manipulation and subject matter that is not as readily seen in his more well-known work.