The Buffalo art museum reopening announcement also marked the official completion of the museum’s $230 million capital campaign.
Deborah Roberts: on top of the world
If any contemporary artist in America is presently in more demand than Deborah Roberts, I’m unaware of them.
Deborah Roberts ‘What If’
What If resembles a voting booth or religious confessional. There’s only room for one inside. Participants enter, sit, then pull a curtain to secure their privacy.
Deborah Roberts finds her voice thanks to Ron Artest?
Deborah Roberts didn’t always produce the mixed-media collages of Black children she’s become famous for. Thank Ron Artest.
Artists and Childhood at ICA Boston
To Begin Again: Artists and Childhood, first group exhibition in U.S. exploring influence of children, childhood on visual artist practices.
The third hand in Deborah Roberts ‘Jamal’
Deborah Roberts’ mixed media collage ‘Jamal’ (2020) features an unusual inclusion: a third hand. Right there on the boy’s chest.
Deborah Roberts Inspiration vs. Imitation
Deborah Roberts is one of the most sought-after contemporary artists in America, and as a result, one of the most copied as well.
Anticipation building for opening of Deborah Roberts exhibition at Cummer Museum
In my previous life as a sports reporter covering college football, only winning a big game could top the anticipation of your team playing a big game.
Celebrating Jacksonville’s art museums on 904 Day
What I would most like to celebrate about the 904 on 9/04 is Jacksonville‘s art museums and a pair of exhibitions they are hosting.
Dirty South exhibition comes to Crystal Bridges
The widely acclaimed Dirty South exhibition of Black culture in the South comes to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Arkansas.
Deborah Roberts ‘I’m’ coming to Cummer Museum in Jacksonville
The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens will exhibit Deborah Roberts ‘I’m’, another feather in the cap for director Andrea Barnwell Brownlee.