USTA’s Open Canvas campaign, celebrating 10 diverse artists, continues through September 22
The debut exhibition from the curator and critic at New York’s Gagosian Gallery is committed to preserving “spatial empowerment.”
Black artists and curators will be telling extraordinary stories about our past and future all summer long through these art exhibitions.
Black curators and artists are striving higher and stretching further to introduce new ideas about identity, race, legacy, and power to the art world.
In his fine-art portraits, the painter reimagines the heroes of Black history and pop culture, casting some of our most beloved role models in an exciting new light
Fill your home with these pieces that celebrate our excellence all year long.
And no, they aren’t artists
Tyler Clark's mixed media artwork is a celebration in Black beauty that literally comes off the canvas.
Deck the walls with Black artistry!
Mary Edmonia "Wildfire" Lewis set herself apart from other neoclassical sculptors at the time, through her works that highlighted her Native American heritage and the oppression of Black people.