The exhibition examines the creation of folk art as a collecting category in the early 20th century.
The world-renowned International Folk Art Market (IFAM) is scheduled to have the event in person July 7 – July 18, 2021.
Eccentric, brilliant and a century ahead of his time, George Ohr is featured in the exhibition “Deliberately Distorted: The Pottery of George E. Ohr,” which will be on view through Jan. 10, 2021.
Créolité, includes new portraits, miniatures, and Andrew LaMar Hopkins signature architectural tableaux, that all relate to the complexity of Creole identities and the antebellum history of the Gulf States in the American South.
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.
Ghanaian artist Joseph Tetteh-Ashong (born 1947), popularly known as Paa Joe, gives shape to the starting blocks of the Middle Passage at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta’s presentation of “Paa Joe: Gates of No Return.”