The Onondaga artist has a propensity for cultural criticism — especially on the issues affecting Haudenosaunee and other Indigenous peoples, past and present.
Scholars, artists, curators, activists, and historians will convene at Syracuse University in October to consider the role of monuments and their contested place in contemporary society.
Hoop Dreams: Basketball and Contemporary Art both celebrates and critiques a game that has grown into a global mega-industry.
Masks and social distancing remain mandatory.
The Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York will sell the 1946 painting through Christie’s; it is estimated to garner between $12 and 18 million.
At the Everson Museum in upstate New York, a mini-retrospective highlights the timeliness of the artist’s enduring humanistic and nature-focused themes.