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October Openings: 27 U.S. Museum Exhibitions Feature Betye Saar, Conrad Egyir, Jennifer Packer, 'Afro-Atlantic Histories,' Plus Prospect 5 New Orleans, and More

October Openings: 27 U.S. Museum Exhibitions Feature Betye Saar, Conrad Egyir, Jennifer Packer, ‘Afro-Atlantic Histories,’ Plus Prospect 5 New Orleans, and More

  NEW U.S. ART MUSEUM and institutional exhibitions opening in October include solo shows of Conrad Egyir in San Jose, Betye Saar in Miami, Thaddeus Mosley in Baltimore, and Jennifer Packer in New York. A visit to the Phillips Collection will make efficient use of your time, with three must-see shows opening this month—retrospectives of...
Latest News in Black Art: Thomas J. Price Joins Hauser & Wirth, Inaugural Recipients of $50K Latinx Artist Fellowship, New Monument to Ida B. Wells by Richard Hunt

Latest News in Black Art: Thomas J. Price Joins Hauser & Wirth, Inaugural Recipients of $50K Latinx Artist Fellowship, New Monument to Ida B. Wells by Richard Hunt

  Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture   Thomas J. Price’s sculptures depict contemporary, composite figures. The artist is a key voice in the conversation around Britain’s public sculptures, representation, perception, problematic histories, and the language of monumentalism. | Photo Courtesy Thomas J....
Frieze London Highlights: Performances by Donna Kukama and Nástio Mosquito, Paintings by Kerry James Marshall and Titus Kaphar, Hannah Black Enters Tate Collection

Frieze London Highlights: Performances by Donna Kukama and Nástio Mosquito, Paintings by Kerry James Marshall and Titus Kaphar, Hannah Black Enters Tate Collection

  THE 15TH EDITION of Frieze London was open to the public Oct. 5-8. More than 160 galleries from around the world participated in the art fair at Regent’s Park, where art by more than 1,000 artists were on view. While works by artists of African descent were few and far between, a number received...