This Black Woman Who Led a Labor Uprising Is Finally Getting a Monument
The statue was crafted by two black women and celebrates Queen Mary Thomas, a St. Croix woman who sparked a fiery revolt in the former Danish colony.
Black Women Making History
Meet the Woman Behind the African Utopia in 'Black Panther'
Production designer Hannah Beachler built Wakanda as an Afrofuturist dream world.
Painting the Pain and Beauty of Black Life
Artist Nina Chanel Abney's simultaneous gallery shows were down the street from each other and a world apart.
What the Failures of a Feminist Bookstore Can Teach Us About Intersectionality
Brooklyn's now defunct Troll Hole was a zine and sex shop located in the corner of a busy laundromat. But it rarely attracted the women washing their clothes on the other side of its glittery, purple curtain.
Casual Nude Sculptures Show Women Getting Cozy in Themselves
Shona McAndrew sculpts plus-sized ladies who are at home in themselves.
All Hail Kehinde Wiley's Portraits of Black Art Royalty
An artist famous for painting everyday black people turns to new models—his art world peers.
A Dance Duo Twirls, Twerks, and Dabs Inside Body Bags
Francois Chaignaud and Cecilia Bengolea push their bodies’ limits by dancing in plastic.
When You're Sasha Velour, Drag Is More Than Lipstick and Liza
We talked comics, collage, and drag with the 'Rupaul’s Drag Race' Season 9 contestant.
Do Ho Suh Makes Translucent Colorful Replicas of His Previous Homes
The artist isn’t present, but all of his former homes are.
Minimalist Animations Pay Homage to Great 90s Pinball Machines
Get hypnotized by these classic pinball machines without your wallet taking a hit.
Float in a Digital Waterfall at teamLab’s New Exhibit in London
Go on an adventure of light and color at the Japanese digital art collective’s London show.
Wander Through 30 Rainbows of Light at This Festival
The annual light art festival covers London’s financial hub with innovative light art.