In this monumental mural, the artist depicts four Black women in profile, facing each other in a mirrored disposition through a central altarpiece.
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Ferne Jacobs × Craft in America
Fiber artist Ferne Jacobs’ lifetime art collection spanning from the mid-1960s to 2022 will be on display exclusively at the Craft in America Center. The Los Angeles artist has been innovating in the art world for over fifty years. The exhibition will showcase around 30 pieces of work created by Jacobs across the timeline of her career. Though Jacobs […]
Review of Wayne Thiebaud Influencer – LG Williams
An Open Letter to Dr. Ari Kelman, Interim Dean of the College of Letters and Science at The University of California, Davis. Dear Interim Dean Ari Kelman, My name is LG Williams, and I am writing regarding the recent exhibition, Wayne Thiebaud Influencer: A New Generation, currently on view at the Manetti Shrem Museum of Art […]
Dont Fret New Street Art
Dont Fret, one of Chicago’s most recognizable street artists, today unveiled a new, large-scale art installation on the Chicago Riverwalk. Titled The People in Your Neighborhood, the installation is located at the Riverwalk’s most western point, known as The Confluence between E Lake St and N Franklin St, and features 55 portraits of Chicagoans, all […]
The Inaugural Faena Festival
Faena Art presents Faena Festival: This Is Not America. A New Annual Multidisciplinary Festival during Miami Art Week, from December 3-9, 2018. The First Faena Festival explores the mythologies and narratives of ‘America’ and commissions new installations and performances that reflect the multiplicity of cultures, voices, and people across its physical, conceptual, and political borders. […]