Groove Your Way Through Art and Music in These Four ‘Listening Rooms’
Group exhibition The Beat Goes On bridges the gap between music and art through its diverse ‘Listening Room’ installations.
Busted TVs Conjure Broken African American Stereotypes
TV-shaped rainbow portals offer a path to new perspectives at Derrick Adams' solo show, 'ON.'
The World's Largest Contemporary African Art Fair Returns to Brooklyn
1:54 New York has both a social- and market-driven mission.
Body Politics Take Front and Center at Volta NY Art Fair
Eight New York artists craft provocative meditations on the body at 'Something I Can Feel,' an exhibition currently at Volta NY.
Collages Contrast Black TV Representation and Reality
The works in Derrick Adams’ new show pit technicolor TV fantasy against the muted hues of real life.
Britain’s First Black Circus Gets a Live Radio Art Tribute
Artist Derrick Adams reimagines Pablo Fanque’s Victorian era Circus Royal.
Nina Simone’s “Young, Gifted and Black” Inspires an Exhibition in South Africa
A group of young artists, including Zoe Buckman, Nina Chanel Abney, and Titus Kaphar explore the meaning of blackness in 2015 in the Hank Willis Thomas-curated show.