Black Futures and Spirit Guardians in Brianna McCarthy’s ‘Vétiver Night Women’
ARC Magazine is a Caribbean art and culture magazine dedicated to highlighting contemporary visual art and the dialogues that exists between emerging and established artists.
whatkikiloves: “ Kiki Loves: Kara Walker (Artist) “I wanted to make work where the viewer wouldn’t walk away; he would either giggle nervously, get pulled into history, fiction, into something totally...
A Woman With a Vision - Scripps College News
Scripps College's Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery is pleased to present African American Visions: Selections from the Samella Lewis Collections, which pairs for the first time works from both the Samella Lewis Contemporary Art Collection and works from the artist's personal collection.
The mission of the Brodsky Center is to provide the opportunity for artists who are contributing new narratives to the American cultural mainstream to create new work in print and paper in collaboration with master printers and papermakers.
Faith Ringgold's controversial art at DC museum
WASHINGTON (AP) — Wearing gold-sequined Uggs, a bright smile and flawless brown skin that belies her 82 years, Faith Ringgold explains her "confrontational...
Caitlin Cherry - Interview Magazine
For Brooklyn-based artist Caitlin Cherry, painting and sculpture are hardly separate disciplines: Cherry carefully renders chaotic figurative compositions on canvases only to merge them into a larger multimedia work.
After Colour with Brianna McCarthy
I had the pleasure of attending my first art exhibition in Trinidad in probably a decade recently. What made it even better is that I h...
Caitlin Cherry ('12) at Brooklyn Museum
Slideshow Orientation: Portrait Slideshow Thumbnail Frame: Caitlin Cherry 23-May-13 Visual Arts alumna Caitlin Cherry ('12) will present Hero Safe at Brooklyn Museum from June 7 to September 1, 2013. Cherry is the