Virginia Overton seeks out the creative potential in ordinary building materials, defunct equipment, and other discarded objects.
In development for several years, The North Carolina Museum of Art reinstallation will open to the public on October 8.
The Museum of Wisconsin Art presents “Strange Lands” showcasing three Native American artists—Tom Antell, Chris T. Cornelius, and Sky Hopinka.
The Do Good Fund has built a museum-quality collection of photography that charts a visual narrative of the ever-changing American South.
To Begin Again: Artists and Childhood, first group exhibition in U.S. exploring influence of children, childhood on visual artist practices.
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery’s Fall 2022 exhibition, “Arctic/Amazon: Networks of Global Indigeneity,” opens October 1.
Singer Collection artwork in the show includes 40 works by 27 contemporary artists from the African diaspora.
Rose Simpson Dream House is the result of FWM Studio team encouraging her to explore and experiment with other materials and mediums.
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens reopens Yamato-kan, its original museum building. The Yamato-kan is modeled after a Japanese villa.
Another side street of Dusti Bongé’s art production being explored in partnership with her foundation: Dusti Bongé plate design.