As one museum has pledged to return skulls held in an infamous collection, others, including the Smithsonian, are reckoning with their own holdings of African-American remains.
“Made in L.A.” represents an effort by the Huntington to expand its contemporary art programming and present more artists of color.
Newly spurred to action to combat bias, they generate subway posters, leverage social media, stage Zoom webinars. “Our community couldn’t take being invisible any longer,” one artist says.
“As Long as the Sun Lasts” is a winsome crowd-pleaser that turns gentle circles without ever getting anywhere.
A home of Minimalism has reopened after a transformative renovation and expansion, its purifying vision intact.
The display in New York’s Union Square, which reports the window to address global warming, now also measures the rising use of renewable energy.
She opened the first gallery in SoHo and was a part of Chelsea’s initial wave. Now, at 83, the dean of ‘tough art’ will bring in new partners and start a year-round branch in Palm Beach.
Sam Durant reveals his first large-scale sculpture in the public sphere since the “Scaffold” controversy in Minneapolis.
The Pritzker-winning architect is focusing on social justice projects — and can be something of a lightning rod — but he also has lighthearted pursuits.
Azikiwe Mohammed celebrates everyday heroes and small acts of care in his installations.