A radical communion of painting and writing, Art on the Frontline reckons with the leftist political potential of Black visual and expressive culture.
Vandals spray-painted the artist’s sculpture of a Black woman in white.
Sounding Board does not do what I expect from contemporary performance with its staged acting and scripted plot and dialogue, but it still succeeds.
From one project to the next, Self reinvents herself and reimagines how to portray the human body.
Painting’s funeral was canceled at the last minute.
Tschabalala Self explores the iconography, interiority, and subject status of Black women in her multimedia portraits.
To Dream Avant-Garde acknowledges the artistic innovators of today — those who push the cultural status quo in their work.
Tschabalala Self reflects on the vibrant environment of bodegas, shining focus on who owns and frequents them.
What does it mean to be “in heaven” in our moment in time?
LOS ANGELES — A Shape That Stands Up at Art + Practice (A+P) gallery, in partnership with the Hammer Museum, claims to “[examine] the space between figuration and abstraction” — a great starting point unless you have the sneaking suspicion that this space disappeared decades ago.