Kerry James Marshall
Frieze London is Feisty and On Point
This year's edition of juggernaut art fair Frieze London finds space to tackle sexual politics, institutional racism, and environmental angst but—customary brain Frieze aside—still manages to leave us feeling upbeat.
40 Artists Set Their Sights on 2020
'20/20' is a collaborative exhibition between The Studio Museum in Harlem and the Carnegie Museum of Art
An Artist Is Deconstructing Comics into Grids in Order to Challenge Power Structures
Yale first-year MFA student Johnathan Payne folds comic strips into lattices, creating a new space for femme, brown, queer, and black mythologies.
Four Decades of Paintings Vibrantly Depict Black Life
From barbershops and artist studios to Chicago's South Side and LA's Watts, Kerry James Marshall captures the full breadth of black American life.
A Century of Pulp Fiction Offers a Window into Black Identity
'Black Pulp!' features works created from 1912 to the present.
Meet Harlem’s Newest Artists-in-Residence
'Tenses' exhibits art by a new wave of emerging black artists.
An Artist Finds Her Family's Glamour in the Crack Epidemic
“This work is about my story and how the crack era for some is American as basketball and apple pie," Jamea Richmond-Edwards says.
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.'
Making Black Men Visible—By Painting Them Together
Wild colors make Jordan Casteel's symbolic paintings pop off the canvas.