This Saturday, March 4th, Erin M. Riley will show a solo exhibition of brand new, hand sewn tapestries entitled "Simple" at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, California.
We're continuing our Black History Month Series with a profile on the always controversial, Visual Artist, Clifford Owens.
Golden is one of today’s most notable museum curator’s, known for creating challenging dialogues within the art world.
Here's our handy survival guide for that marathon week, when the Armory Show and other art fair exhibitions descend upon New York City.
Yinka Shonibare, MBE is best-known for his life-sized mannequins dressed in colorful Dutch-wax fabrics that explore roving viewpoints of colonialism and post-colonialism through whimsy and parody view…
Whitfield Lovell’s work illuminates the humanity and richness of anonymous people, engraining their legacies in our cultural memory.
'Bella Umbrella’ is another breathtaking personal series by talented image maker Tim Tadder.
Carrie Mae Weem's, "Kitchen Table Series" are staged black & white photographs; little snips of everyday domesticity about our identity within relationships.
Artist Ulla Stina Wikander uses cross stitch embroidery to create a new skin for everyday objects.
We continue our Black History Month Spotlight Series with a look at Norman Rockwell’s The Problem We All Live With…In 1963, Rockwell confronted the issue of prejudice head-on with arguably the single …
Artist Nick Cave is a notable educator, and artist who continues to expand his repertoire of monikers: performance artist, sculptor, dancer, fiber artist...
The National Art Center in Tokyo commissioned architect, Emmanuelle Moureaux's largest installation to date.