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Latest News in Black Art: Howard University Acquires 252 Gordon Parks Photos, Deana Lawson Wins Deutsche Börse Photography Prize, Smithsonian Adds 200+ Works by Craft Artists to Collection & More

Latest News in Black Art: Howard University Acquires 252 Gordon Parks Photos, Deana Lawson Wins Deutsche Börse Photography Prize, Smithsonian Adds 200+ Works by Craft Artists to Collection & More

  Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture   GORDON PARKS, “Marian Anderson broadcasting a Negro spiritual at the dedication of a mural installed in U.S. Department of the Interior building, commemorating the outdoor concert she gave at the Lincoln Memorial after the Daughters...
From California to Chicago, Tennessee to Maine, 15 of Summer's Best Museum Exhibitions Remain on View This Fall

From California to Chicago, Tennessee to Maine, 15 of Summer’s Best Museum Exhibitions Remain on View This Fall

  A BROAD SELECTION of exhibitions opened at art museums throughout the United States over the summer months. A great number of these shows remain on view, some through September, others further into the fall and beyond. Major traveling exhibitions of Bob Thompson, Joseph Yoakum, and Alma Thomas are underway. The first solo museum exhibitions...
On View: 'Caroline Kent: A Sudden Appearance of the Sun' at Kohn Gallery in Los Angeles

On View: ‘Caroline Kent: A Sudden Appearance of the Sun’ at Kohn Gallery in Los Angeles

  On View presents images from noteworthy exhibitions   FOR HER FIRST SOLO EXHIBITION with Kohn Gallery in Los Angeles, Caroline Kent is presenting a suite of large-scale paintings. Kent explores the intersection of language, abstraction, and painting. She begins by covering her canvases with black paint, creating a “non-space” of “unlocatability.” From there, the...