From the mid-1940s and into the early 1950s, Dusti Bongé filled numerous sketchbooks with all kinds of figure studies.
Rebecca Louise Law’s ‘The Journey’ makes good on her art school vision of “painting in the air.” See it at the Cummer Museum in Jacksonville.
Michelle Angela Ortiz unveils Phase 3 of her “Familias Separadas” public art project, as a three large-scale installations across the U.S..
Heather Day paintings consist of scraped, smeared, and flooded pools of paint on heavily worn canvases stitched together.
The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens has announced its next major exhibition featuring British installation artist Rebecca Louise Law.
Ekua Holmes (born 1955) is an artist, community activist and lifelong resident of Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood.
The exhibition is on view through January 2, 2022 and features more than 130 images from Lee Miller photography prolific body of work.
SFMOMA displays photographer Diana Markosian’s ‘Santa Barbara’ project exploring the complicated nature of family and the American Dream.
Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson considered Elijah Pierce her “spiritual mentor and friend,” often including him in drawings and paintings.
In the heaps of trinkets found at flea markets and thrift stores, objects easily derided as “crap,” Monica Cioppettini found beauty.