The exhibition charts how folk art came to be sought and understood in the early twentieth century.
What is perhaps most impressive about Rottenberg’s high-budget, high-production-value videos is how they manage to do so little with so much.
Each small piece, measuring twelve-inches-or-less on a side, is a maelstrom of strong color in thick pigment.
Jackson’s lens is a vessel to explore speculative fiction and to continue to examine her body as a black woman.
For collective members, it is crucial to foster mutual growth for themselves and the community while working against toxic negativity.
Frequently simple, often simplistic, the paintings in Caragh Thuring’s “Builder” are more complicated than they appear.
What could a transgressive art practice accomplish once it had become the new normal? A new Elmhurst Art Museum exhibition looks at figurative painting post-Hairy Who.
Fall art season is in full swing this October, as evinced by these amibitious group and solo exhibitions.
This is a personal, unpretentious body of work, created by someone fascinated by European pictorialism and wanting to make it her own.
“Plots & Hems” anchors Freeby’s interdisciplinary, labor-intensive practice, which explores her family history and the history of American civil rights.