The widely acclaimed Dirty South exhibition of Black culture in the South comes to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Arkansas.
Loïs Mailou Jones. David Driskell. Alma Thomas. Elizabeth Catlett. Just a few of the many Howard University famous artists.
“Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories” at MFA Boston showcases quilts by women and men, known and those yet to be identified.
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.
Bisa Butler quilt portraits are redefining what is accepted and excepted within the walls of American art museums.
As nostalgic symbols of the American past, quilts have been viewed as antidotes to upheaval during times of change. Quilts as art? Not at all.