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Datebook: Experimental theater takes on the Holocaust, art between borders and an improvised performance

Many objects, drawn from the Fowler’s collection, are connected with rituals and the powers of the natural world. This is the debut of this traveling exhibition, which will then go on to the National ... read more

Looking Our Racist History in the Eye

“We Shall Overcome: Civil Rights and the Nashville Press, 1957-1968,” a set of photographs assembled by the Frist Art Museum, exposes such mythmaking for what it is. The collection ... be lost to hist... read more

Training an ‘Eye on the West’ with Beinecke curator George Miles

“It converted me from collecting only 19th-century photography to collecting contemporary photography as well,” he said. “Eye on the West: Photography and the Contemporary West,” a new building-wide e... read more

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Brooklyn Museum Is Only East Coast Venue for 'Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power'

Soul of a Nation features more than 150 works of art in a sweeping aesthetic range, from figurative and abstract painting to assemblage, sculpture, photography ... following its exhibitions Witness: A... read more


Artists of the Civil Rights Movement: A Retrospective

Artists of the Civil ... exhibit’s work has been overlooked from well-known studies about the 1960s. When writers chronicle the Civil Rights Movement, they often neglect the political artwork of that ... read more

Beinecke exhibition explores how photos shaped views of North American West

The exhibition showcases ... West or American photography so much as it strives to encourage contemplation and inquiry,” Miles says. “The earliest photos from the show were made by Harry Adams in 1963 ... read more

Chicago’s art history, revised

Under the umbrella title Art Design Chicago, a massive citywide effort is under way this year to celebrate and catalogue that largely under-known art history through a series of significant exhibition... read more

Datebook: A '90s Chicano youth flashback, paintings inspired by textiles and the spiritual nature of people

Many objects, drawn from the Fowler’s collection, are connected with rituals and the powers of the natural world. This is the debut of this traveling exhibition, which will then go on to the National ... read more

Art exhibit | Ohio State's African-American art on display at several Columbus venues

With the fight for civil rights continuing ... African-American art in the country. The largest sampling of works from that collection — 240 of the 600 pieces — are on view in a variety of central Ohi... read more

Top Art Shows in Paris this Week: Itō Jakuchū to Omar Ba

The exhibition “Images of the colorful kingdom of living beings ... the compositions that make up “Riffs on Real Time” are rooted in an idiosyncratic reaction to post civil rights and postindustrial a... read more

The Rage and Tenderness of David Wojnarowicz’s Art

He will be subject to loss of home, civil rights, jobs and all conceivable freedoms ... X-Rays From Hell,” for a catalog accompanying an exhibition about AIDS art curated by Nan Goldin at Artists Spac... read more

Brown Arts Initiative Announces Fall 2018 Programming Highlights Presented at Brown University

She has organized critically acclaimed solo exhibitions ... Art Center (64 College Street) Driven by his twin passions for social change and the medium of photography, Danny Lyon immerses himself in h... read more



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