Herbert Gentry was an important figure in the post-war European art scene, which he marked via his own vividly gestural canvases, and his remarkable role in fostering transcontinental relations between American artists and their European counterparts.
“Derrick Adams: Buoyant,” on view through November 29th at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, first attracts viewers with its vibrant colors and joyful scenes.
Bradley Theodore has recently partnered with The LEGO Group to unveil the latest Fulton Market mural in Chicago using thousands of LEGO DOTS pieces.
In keeping with Aisha Tandiwe Bell’s interest in ideas centered-around identity, this work acts as camouflage contemplating the possibility of blending in and disappearing, simultaneously.
‘Second Careers: Two Tributaries in African Art’ probes this connection through a smart selection of stellar highlights from the Cleveland Museum of Art’s African collection and loaned works by six contemporary African artists of different generations.
Pace Gallery presents “Sam Gilliam: EXISTED,” the artist’s inaugural exhibition with the gallery since joining it in July 2019.