The SFMOMA has commissioned artist Kara Walker to create the first site-specific installation for its admission-free Roberts Family Gallery.
Kara Walker at New-York Historical Society
The work of Kara Walker at the New-York Historical Society offers comment on white post-Civil War remembrances of the era.
Indigenous photography, Anila Agha, sculpture highlight new Amon Carter Museum acquisitions
16 photographs have been acquired in conjunction with the upcoming exhibition “Speaking with Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography.”
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.
Kara Walker exhibition ‘Cut to the Quick’ at MOCA Jacksonville
I visited the Kara Walker exhibition “Cut to the Quick” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, Florida.
Historic ’30 Americans’ exhibition continuing tour at New Britain Museum of American Art
The New Britain Museum of American Art presents 30 Americans from June 16 through October 30, 2022. Drawn from the acclaimed Rubell Museum.
Kara Walker exhibition coming to MOCA Jacksonville
MOCA Jacksonville presents exhibition Kara Walker: Cut to the Quick, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.
Cincinnati Art Museum challenges visitors to look closer, not away, from Kara Walker exhibition
The Cincinnati Art Museum presents a multi-media exhibition of Kara Walker’s challenging imagery through January 16, 2022.
LA’s The Broad reopening May 26th
The Broad reopening to visitors will occur on May 26 with new, free exhibitions and in-depth installations throughout the museum’s galleries.
Review: HBO documentary “Black Art: In the Absence of Light”
Consider HBO’s Black art documentary, “Black Art: In the Absence of Light,” a Black art history 101 class.
Superstars of Contemporary Art Featured in New Museum’s “Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America.”
A stacked roster of the most celebrated Black contemporary artists fill the galleries for New Museum Grief and Grievance exhibition.