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.
Columbia Collective artists are a multimedia group of young female and trans artists named after their previous detention facility.
San Francisco Bay area Black art collectives and their impacts are being explored in a new exhibition at the Museum of Sonoma County.
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.
Here’s the problem with Thomas Moran’s artwork: he’s a white nationalist. His paintings support an America of, by and for white people.
The stunning Dawoud Bey MFA Houston full career retrospective will be on view from March 6 to May 30, 2022.