For this landmark exhibition, Kehinde Wiley has invited a selection of contemporary African artists living throughout the world to each produce a self-portrait.
Kehinde Wiley’s Portrait of Melissa Thompson (2020) goes on display at the V&A alongside original William Morris designs that inspired it.
Today, the V&A announced that Portrait of Melissa Thompson, 2020, by American artist Kehinde Wiley is now on display in the museum’s… Read More
New Moynihan Train Hall, features 3 ambitious site-specific permanent installations by artists Kehinde Wiley, Elmgreen & Dragset and Stan Douglas
Over the New Year Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the opening of the new Moynihan Train Hall, along with three… Read More
Plymouth has just opened it’s new arts and heritage complex and a lot was riding on it. There’s the £47m budget and the fact that it’s coinciding with the 400th anniversary of the launch of the Mayflower from Plymouth — the ship carrying English settlers to North America. Plus, much like everything else in art and the wider world, the launch was delayed due to the pandemic.
The Yellow Wallpaper is an exhibition of new portraits by American artist Kehinde Wiley (b.1977, Los Angeles) opening at The William Morris Gallery in February 2020.
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