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Latest News in Black Art: California African American Museum and Art + Practice Enter Partnership, Artist Chase Hall Joins Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Black Fashion Fair Magazine Launches & More

Latest News in Black Art: California African American Museum and Art + Practice Enter Partnership, Artist Chase Hall Joins Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Black Fashion Fair Magazine Launches & More

  Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture   Artist Chase Hall in his studio. | Photo by Clément Pascal   Representation Galerie Eva Presenhuber announced its representation of Chase Hall, who lives and works in New York. The artist said he was happy...
Vote 2020: With Election Season Underway, 30 Artists Present Thought-Provoking Art Reflecting on State of American Democracy

Vote 2020: With Election Season Underway, 30 Artists Present Thought-Provoking Art Reflecting on State of American Democracy

  THIS CAMPAIGN SEASON is like none other. In anticipation of the 2020 Presidential election, Rice University is presenting an intergenerational group exhibition focused on the state of democracy and some of the most urgent and divisive issues in American politics, namely voter access, police brutality, gun control, and immigration. “States of Mind: Art and...
Whitney Biennial 2019: A Look at 7 Artists and the Works They Presented

Whitney Biennial 2019: A Look at 7 Artists and the Works They Presented

Installation view of work by Daniel Lind-Ramos at 2019 Whitney Biennial   NEW YORK, N.Y.—Throughout the run of the 2019 Whitney Biennial, an inordinate amount of attention has been paid to the challenges and controversies surrounding the exhibition at the expense of consideration of the art on view in the galleries. Amid protests, mixed reviews,...