Carrie Mae Weems
Shifting the focus to Nola Darling as an artist, the show highlights roadblocks for today’s Black creative class.
Photographers Elliott Jerome Brown Jr. and Carrie Mae Weems share their work in our annual photo issue.
20 artists create work inspired by the poetry of Ntozake Shange's seminal poem, 'for colored girls.'
Davion Alston takes a Fresnel lens to discrimination.
From Malcolm X to Madame Mama Bush, these photos offer varying visions of how the Civil Rights Movement affected black life.
'Blackness in Abstraction,' an ongoing show at Pace Gallery, traces the use of the hue in contemporary art.
From 19th-century painters to contemporary video artists, women have interpreted their fraught relationship to the quintessential domestic space as everything from empowering to violently oppressive.
For a record-breaking year of editing 1,500 pages and creating 2,000 pages in support of women in the arts, Art+Feminism supported 2,500 participants for 175 events in 6 continents.
Kehinde Wiley, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Carrie Mae Weems, and more showcase their influences on contemporary art at '30 Americans.'