“A Site of Struggle,” will deeply consider how art has been used to protest, process, mourn and memorialize anti-Black violence in America.
Howard University Famous Artists
Loïs Mailou Jones. David Driskell. Alma Thomas. Elizabeth Catlett. Just a few of the many Howard University famous artists.
Elizabeth Catlett prints dazzle at SCAD Museum of Art
Elizabeth Catlett prints are paired with her sculptures, and the work of contemporary artists, in exhibition at SCAD Museum of Art.
Afro-Atlantic Histories exhibition debuts in Houston
“Afro-Atlantic Histories” exhibition is an unprecedented visual exploration of the history and legacy of the transatlantic slave trade.
Elizabeth Catlett ‘Homage to Black Women Poets’
Elizabeth Catlett ‘Homage to Black Women Poets’ (1984, mahogany) depicts a resolute Black woman, fist raised triumphantly skyward.
Bey, Neel, Kollwitz, Hockney in Cornell Fine Arts Museum portraits show
Portraits from many of Modern and Contemporary art’s biggest names fill the Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College just outside Orlando.
Elizabeth Catlett ‘Seated Woman’ at Cummer Museum
A sculpture by Elizabeth Catlett recently loaned to the Cummer Museum brings one of the 20th century’s most important Black artists to Jax.
SFMOMA adds art from Joyner-Giuffrida Collection to diversify permanent collection
SFMOMA announced a major gift of paintings, sculptures and drawings by 20 American artists from the Joyner-Giuffrida Collection.