Stephen Hayes, a Duke University art professor who lives in Durham, began his craftsmanship journey when he was in only first grade.
‘René Treviño: Stab of Guilt’ brings together a selection of works with wide-ranging themes illuminating the artist’s colorful aesthetic.
Tomashi Jackson’s research-based practice and trademark use of layering and color confronts issues of social justice.
Aranibar-Fernández’s draws on her first-hand experience witnessing the devastation of her homeland’s environment by foreign corporations.
Judy Baca artwork covers Los Angeles literally and figuratively. her The Great Wall of Los Angeles stretches over a half-mile in length.
This exhibition demonstrates the commitment of David Goldblatt photography showing the realities of daily life in South Africa.
Anyone visiting the breathtaking “Pacita Abad” exhibition will be left wondering, “Pacita Abad, where have you been?”
The Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas has acquired major works by artists Dread Scott and Fahamu Pecou.
‘The Whiteness of Glass’ celebrates collective action as a form of resistance to the racism that exists in the current field of glass.
The Dorothea Lange exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. will be on view November 5, 2023, through March 31, 2024.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago presents Faith Ringgold: American People, a career-spanning survey of artist Faith Ringgold.