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Artists Retrospective Reviews
Roger Brown, Landscape with Dollar Sign, 1991, oil on canvas. COURTESY DC MOORE GALLERY, NEW YORK

The American Futurist Nightmare: How Roger Brown Scared and Confounded Critics in the ’70s

Roger Brown has long been considered an important figure in the Chicago art scene, but it wasn’t until the past few years—nearly two decades after his death, at age 56, of AIDS–related causes—that his work became well-known in New York. … Read More

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Miami Recap: Is There a Global Art Esthetic?

A roundup of favorites from 8 fairs, 3 museums, 3 private collections, and 2 public projects Read More


Duane Michals: Fighting Against Photography

Duane Michals has spent his career pushing against the confines of the single image Read More

Musicians dressed as characters from  Bearden’s collages performed under a Mint Museum  billboard advertising his exhibition.


Exhibitions, concerts, artists’ tributes, and even a postage stamp are part of the centennial tribute honoring Romare Bearden Read More