Where can Black creatives share their work and uplift their community without feeling the grasp of predatory white institutions?
We talked to him about his life of fraud, and the hot new target for forgers: black artists.
Somerset House's 'Get Up, Stand Up Now' exhibition celebrates the country's creative pioneers – then and now – from the past 50 years.
The French and Senegalese artist wants to change the way women are seen.
Shifting the focus to Nola Darling as an artist, the show highlights roadblocks for today’s Black creative class.
His new style is creating community and sparking reflection on items that have held many meanings throughout history.
This Black History Month went off the rails, and this strain of weird art exemplifies how.
The Louvre believes The Carters got 10 million people to go 'APESHIT' at the museum this year.
This collection of dozens of works spanning two decades depicts a divided America during one of the country's most aesthetically revolutionary periods.
“Our country makes money off of black bodies by keeping them in jail,” says Gianni Lee.
Emerging artist Shikeith Cathey's first European solo exhibition challenges the way America sees black men and the way black men see themselves.
Remembering the incredible legacy of one of America's greatest artists, who captured the essence of every person he painted.