Artists and curators ask: what might a caring society look like? David M. Roth reviews.
Scaling the heights of chromatic experience.
A wide-angle view of one of America’s preeminent Black painters.
Artist turned natural historian scours the globe to paint endangered and extinct species.
Artist exhumes the “gardens” of America’s colonial past. David M. Roth reviews.
Drawings offer a portal into a complex practice. David M. Roth reviews.
Ten artists probe the richness of the printmaking process.
A “stitch ‘n bitch” that takes aim at the male-dominated art world.
Sweeping survey shows an institution focused on diversity, equity and innovation.
An exhibition that exudes “chromatic hope.”
Talk back to an archive? An artist counts the ways.
A virtuoso of colored pencil-on-paper drawing.
Painter of fantastical, ripped-from-the-headlines narratives.
Camera-less photographs summon spirits of the dead. David M. Roth reviews.
A lavishly produced tribute to the abolitionist Frederick Douglass. Renny Pritikin reviews.
A fresh spin on Op Art. Mark Van Proyen reports.