Sean Chandler (Aaniiih) presents his first solo exhibition at a Montana museum and first significant exhibition in over a decade
The Broad reopening to visitors will occur on May 26 with new, free exhibitions and in-depth installations throughout the museum’s galleries.
My Bisa Butler interview from spring of 2021 highlighting her exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago was one my most enjoyable conversations with an artist.
The Lucas Museum purchased Robert Colescott’s ‘George Washington Carver Crossing the Delaware: Page from an American History Textbook.’
Andrea Barnwell Brownlee met Zanele Muholi when Brownlee was director at Spelman College Museum of Fine Arts.
Asia Society Texas Center (ASTC) in Houston welcomes Houston-based artist Hong Hong in a new free exhibition of her large-scale paper works.
Joyce Nevaquaya Harris (Comanche, b. 1964) recognized “Peace of Mind” as a special painting the moment it left her easel.
The exhibition is part of the museum’s ongoing Latinx initiative supporting greater Latinx representation and participation in exhibitions.
Whitman Alabama is not a place. It is an amalgam of people, experiences and poetry readings put to film by Jennifer Crandall.
Wrightwood 659 will host the first U.S. exhibition devoted to the work of Yannis Tsarouchis, of the greatest Greek painters of 20th century.