SPRING/BREAK Art Show
In Shadowy Sketches, an Artist Explores the Language of Myths
New York artist Kat Chamberlin takes her graphite compositions to a higher plane.
Intimate Photos Open a Window into Black Domestic Life
From living rooms to public bathrooms, Elliott Jerome Brown Jr. seeks to capture ease in black domesticity.
Fingerprint Portraits of Serial Killers Are a Pointillist's Nightmare
Maciej Toporowicz channels a fascination with popular culture, violence, and death into haunting works of art.
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Airbrushed T-Shirts Mourn Black Women Killed by Police
Azikiwe Mohammed forges tangible objects to memorialize unarmed black women killed by police officers in the last few years.
We Talked to Dustin Yellin About Shredding $10K in the Name of Art
The shredded cash is now for sale as a series of paintings entitled 'The Riches of God’s Love unto the Vessels of Mercy' at SPRING/BREAK Art Show.