At the core of Frieze New York’s 2021 programming was the Tribute to the Vision & Justice Project. Founded by Sarah Elizabeth Lewis, an associate professor at Harvard University, the project aims to consider the role of the arts in unraveling the relationship between race and citizenship in the U.S.
Over 100 Artists Create Protest Signs to Support the Families of Black Women Killed by the Police Online exhibition and benefit auction titled “Show Me the Signs” to launch today
With the online exhibition ‘Untitled Anxious Red Drawings,’ American artist Rashid Johnson introduces a selection of new works made since the onset of the global coronavirus pandemic.
A new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum examines the history of racial persecution in the US while steering clear of explicit violence
This is Rashid Johnson’s first solo show with Hauser & Wirth in London and introduces several new bodies of work including new paintings and sculptures.
Performa, the New York-based organization and international biennial dedicated to live performance across the disciplines, announces select Performa Commissions and Consortium projects for Performa 13, celebrating the biennial’s fifth edition to take place November 1 – 24, 2013 at more than 60 venues across New York City.