Glenn Ligon


Kara Walker, Juliana Huxtable, and More Challenge False White Recordings of Black History

'Excerpt' at The Studio Museum in Harlem shows black artists rewriting their identities.


29 Artists Explore Abstractions of the Color Black

'Blackness in Abstraction,' an ongoing show at Pace Gallery, traces the use of the hue in contemporary art.


Detroit Exhibition Showcases 30 Years of Black Contemporary Art

Kehinde Wiley, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Carrie Mae Weems, and more showcase their influences on contemporary art at '30 Americans.'


156 Artists Explore Living and Working in NYC

This year's 'Greater New York' show gets turned inside out, with 400 works by 156 artists who have lived, worked, and even died in New York City.


Intimate 'Storylines' Go on Display at the Guggenheim

The museum’s summer show tracks identity in the age of social media—and beyond.


Inclusion Was the Theme at the New Whitney’s Block Party

America may be hard to see, but the newly-relocated Whitney museum is trying hard to find it.