The Parrish Art Museum presents Another Justice: US is Them—Hank Willis Thomas | For Freedoms, featuring work by contemporary artists.
In 2018, the Barnes and Mural Arts launched an initiative featuring art education classes for Restorative Justice program participants.
San Francisco Bay area Black art collectives and their impacts are being explored in a new exhibition at the Museum of Sonoma County.
The exhibition explores environmental and socio-political issues relating to water through the history and experience of the Great Lakes.
The Jonathan Horowitz exhibition offers new perspectives related to themes, ideas, and events found in The Weitzman’s core exhibition.
I visited the Kara Walker exhibition “Cut to the Quick” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, Florida.
Titled “8X5,” the size of an average prison cell, the project will be spread across more than 30 billboards located near courthouses.
Black Melancholia at the Hessel Museum of Art expands and complicates the notion of melancholy in Western art history and cultures.
MOCA Jacksonville presents exhibition Kara Walker: Cut to the Quick, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.
Irish artist Brian Maguire receives first U.S. museum exhibition at the Missoula Art Museum in Montana, continuing an ongoing relationship.
Waiting for Tear Gas explores the work of artists, operating from Philadelphia to Tokyo, that convey public protest, or response to protest.