“Shooting Down Babylon,” the long-anticipated retrospective of South African multimedia artist Tracey Rose, is her largest survey to date.
Charles White (1918–1979) was a celebrated artist, teacher, and activist who magnified the power of the Black figure in drawings, prints, murals, and paintings.
The exhibition “Art is a form of freedom” features works selected by the incarcerated at Whitworth Women’s Facility in north Georgia.
The Barnes Foundation brings together Sue Williamson and Lebohang Kganye, two of the most acclaimed South African contemporary artists.
The USF Contemporary Art Museum presents ‘Poor People’s Art: A (Short) Visual History of Poverty in the United States.’
Victoria Sambunaris photography presents a visually refined portrait that communicates a deeply layered sense of place.
The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art presents “Dirty Laundry,” a group exhibition delving into the vast problems of “fast fashion.”
“OPTICVOICES: Mama’s Boys,” is a multimedia exhibit addressing the trauma and healing of mothers who have lost sons to systemic violence.
What If resembles a voting booth or religious confessional. There’s only room for one inside. Participants enter, sit, then pull a curtain to secure their privacy.
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery’s Fall 2022 exhibition, “Arctic/Amazon: Networks of Global Indigeneity,” opens October 1.
Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration, an exhibition exploring the profound cultural influence of the U.S. prison system.