Awol Erizku

10.31.17

Great Journeys Through the Eyes of the World's Best Photographers

A gallery of photos from Magnum and the Aperture Foundation.

3.9.17

“Gucci Mane Logic” Painter Uses Appropriation to Explore Art History

"I don’t want to be standing at the top of the mountain alone," says Cynthia Daignault. "I want to be standing at the top of the mountain with everyone I ever loved.”

2.3.17

Awol Erizku Was Hot Long Before He Photographed Beyoncé's Baby Bump

VICE has had a long and fruitful relationship with the artist who shot the Beyoncé pregnancy photo. Here are some of our favorite photos we've published by him over the years.

2.2.17

Beyonce's Pregnancy Photos and the Contemporary Artist Behind Them

Queen Bey's photo series is part mysterious web experience, part family photo album.

12.9.16

Nail Salon Paintings Critique a Ubiquitous Self-Care Symbol

Awol Erizku’s show at Nina Johnson rehashes the symbol of a hand holding a rose to examine larger cultural issues

11.29.16

16 Must-See Shows at Art Week Miami 2016

Including secret bonus events, but you're going to have to read this for details...

Advertisement
9.2.16

Food Art: It's What's for Dinner in LA

A James Beard Award-winning chef curated this food art exhibition, so you know it’s good.

11.25.15

Awol Erizku Talks Creative Voice and Duchamp Detox Clinic

Kilo Kish interviews the photographer and sculptor.

5.20.15

​New York's 'Black Market' Proved Art Fairs Can Turn Up

The Black Market art fair celebrated young artists of colour who are inspired by hip-hop culture. It was also a wild, sweaty and enthralling party that had me retweeting shit with my mouth.

5.11.15

Awol Erizku Made a Mixtape About His Event at MoMA

One of our favourite VICE contributors is having an event at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC.

12.15.14

Post-Black Art in the Age of Hip-Hop

An intimate look at how a generation of black artists who grew up in the hip-hop era are expressing their version of the American experience.

2.28.13

Chop, Drop and Roll

One of the last American sanctuaries.