Minneapolis-based Chicano artist Luis Fitch designed the stamps, which were released ahead of the upcoming holiday.
Capron says her creations reflect herself and her immigrant, Latinx community.
“I’ve always felt that home is a fraught place which is constantly going through ruptures,” says Jagdeep Raina.
Every Saturday, Eleonore Koch visited the older painter Alfredo Volpi’s São Paulo studio, learning, in her words, “through observation and being together.”
Nao Bustamante has been thinking of ways to make the speculum less unpleasant for the millions of patients who encounter it each year.
Doerte Weber’s weavings reproduce the ubiquitous charts and graphics related to infection rates, deaths, and unemployment.
Jean-Michel Basquiat painted the portrait in 1985, on the door of a Dallas apartment where he was staying.
Elizabeth Bick’s images inject a sense of theatricality and intention into the randomness of everyday life.
Armstrong’s layered portraits prompt a consideration of race that is not tethered to skin shades.
“There’s a lot here to unpack if you’re willing to do the work,” says Roberts.
The portraits in her new series Conjure, on view at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas, fuse reality and fantasy in the space between the waking and spirit life.
The looted status of the stele has been well documented since the 1980s, but it wasn’t until this year that the FBI and Dallas Museum of Art collaborated to return the religious artifact.