A NEW ZWIRNER GALLERY WITH AN ALL-BLACK STAFF. The dealer David Zwirner has hired Ebony L. Haynes, a gallerist who is Black, as the director of a new exhibition program […]
STEPS FROM THE WHITE HOUSE, MURALS CALLING FOR JUSTICE TAKE THE PLACE OF STAINED GLASS. Before the pandemic, 18-year-old Senia Cade had always thought of herself as “some kid who […]
HOW THREE ARTISTS ARE EXPLORING MYTHOLOGY AND RACE. In re-examining historical narratives and classical stories, these artists are creating images that speak on multiple levels to the experiences of being […]
THE WHITNEY MUSEUM ACCUSED OF EXPLOITING BLACK ARTISTS. After announcing that it’d re-open to the public on September 3rd with a limited capacity and updated social distancing policies, the Whitney Museum revealed […]
THE MAKING OF VOGUE’S SEPTEMBER 2020 COVERS. For her Vogue cover, Jordan Casteel chose a real person as her subject, fashion designer Aurora James, who made headlines in June with her 15 Percent […]
ATLANTA ARTIST CREATES WORK ABOUT RACE IN AMERICA, SOCIAL JUSTICE. Winner of a Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Working Artist Project fellowship makes the personal political in his art.
ITS TOP CURATOR GONE, SFMOMA REVIEWS ITS RECORD ON RACE. SFMOMA is now having a wider discussion of race, and on Tuesday, the board chairman sent an email to staff […]
ART SHOW CONTINUES RACE CONVERSATION. Natalie Katsikas and Benito Gutierrez met in a gallery production class at Butte College. Both were distraught by the death of George Floyd by police, […]