Sexual climax is both heightened and commodified in the dystopian world of Shu Lea Cheang's latest exhibition and forthcoming feature film.
Allora & Calzadilla's exhibition "Specters of Noon" explores the colonial history of Puerto Rico through a Surrealist lens.
A major survey emphasizes that David Driskell's contributions to art history were rooted in his own work, which refracted the concerns of Black Americans.
With a towering wooden sculpture installed at SculptureCenter, Rindon Johnson reclaims the architecture and symbolism of a Bay Area landmark.By Alicia Ajayi
Inspired by the story of Moses and the lore of freedom quilts, Diedrick Brackens weaves textiles and baskets whose designs suggest protection.
The exhibition explores the parameters of Black representation and expression in America and in the wake of violence.
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