Deborah Roberts is one of the most sought-after contemporary artists in America, and as a result, one of the most copied as well.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts announced a diverse group of new acquisitions which has recently been added to its permanent collection.
A 40-year retrospective by two of today’s most influential artists, Dawoud Bey and Carrie Mae Weems, will be on view at Tampa Museum of Art.
The Georgia Museum of Art in Athens presents “The Usual Suspects,” an upcoming Carrie Mae Weems photography exhibition.
Carrie Mae Weems Jack Shainman Gallery latest exhibition, “Down Here Below,” represents the artist’s fourth exhibition with the gallery.
“A Site of Struggle,” will deeply consider how art has been used to protest, process, mourn and memorialize anti-Black violence in America.
A forthcoming Great Migration art project will unveil newly commissioned works by 13 of the most acclaimed African American artists today.
The Norton Museum of Art presents For the Record: Celebrating Art by Women, a new exhibition drawn largely from the Norton’s collection.
Carrie Mae Weems National Gallery of Art acquisition, Untitled, speaks to our nation’s struggle to achieve racial equity.
Consider HBO’s Black art documentary, “Black Art: In the Absence of Light,” a Black art history 101 class.
In partnership with artists and the Wexner Center for the Arts, Art for Action features original works by Jenny Holzer, Carrie Mae Weems, Jeffrey Gibson, and Tomashi Jackson, among others.