For most of her life, the 20th-century painter Alice Neel worked in obscurity, depicting people of color, the working class, intellectuals, and activists. Now, a new exhibition curated by Hilton Als examines her portraits of her neighbors in Harlem.
John Edmonds’ photography actively centers the black male experience.
'James Baldwin/Jim Brown and the Children' goes on display at The Artist’s Institute.
Reihan Salam welcomes Hilton Als, one of America's most daring and inventive critics, and they discuss Als's early years as a writer, what it means to cross racial and cultural barriers, and Als's latest book, White Girls.