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Art Strike Calls for Cultural Institutions to Close on Inauguration Day to Combat Normalization of President-Elect

Art Strike Calls for Cultural Institutions to Close on Inauguration Day to Combat Normalization of President-Elect

Embed from Getty Images   This post has been updated.   ARTISTS, CURATORS, AND CRITICS are planning an Art Strike on Inauguration Day. The J20 Art Strike calls for a day of “noncompliance,” no work, no school, no business. The organizers are entreating museums, galleries, theaters, concert halls, studios, nonprofits, and art schools to close...
At Whitney Museum, 'America is Hard to See' Acknowledges African American Contributions to Recent Art History

At Whitney Museum, ‘America is Hard to See’ Acknowledges African American Contributions to Recent Art History

  FOR GENERATIONS, IT HAS BEEN HARD to visit American museums and genuinely appreciate the experience when rarely is the depth and breadth of American art represented in exhibitions and collections. Far rarer, has been the inclusion of works by African American artists in retrospectives intended to capture the broad sweep of American art history....
Art Agenda | May 18-24, 2014

Art Agenda | May 18-24, 2014

  MUST-SEE EXHIBITION openings and interesting talks and appearances happening this week in black art:   May 19, 2014 @ 7 p.m. Conversations on Art: Dawoud Bey at Whitney Museum | New York Images from Dawoud Bey‘s “The Birmingham Project” (shown above) are on view at the Whitney Biennial. Marking the 50th anniversary of 16th...