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Dawn DeDeaux Connects Social Justice and Environmentalism in a Retrospective at the New Orleans Museum of Art

In Dawn DeDeaux: The Space Between Worlds, the retrospective currently on view at the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), works from across five decades show the artist’s longstanding concern with our society’s most pressing issues, including social justice and…

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Milwaukee Art Museum Exhibition Features Monumental New Mural by Derrick Adams

The Milwaukee Art Museum exhibition On Site: Derrick Adams features a multimedia wall mural and sculptural installation the artist created specifically for the museum. Featuring important sites of Black culture in Milwaukee, “Our Time Together” (2021) celebrates everyday life on…

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CalArts Cultivates an Environment of Artistic Experimentation and Free Creative Exploration

California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) is renowned as a game-changer when it comes to the education of professional artists. The impact our alumni have had on arts and culture around the world shows why: We bring out visionary creative…

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Nigerian Artist Ken Nwadiogbu Creates NFTs for Voice

Award-winning artist Ken Nwadiogbu is known for challenging and investigating Black socio-political structures and issues. His new series of NFTs, created in collaboration with six fellow Nigerian artists, continues that trend. Created as part of the Voice NFT Residency, the…

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ZT Tosha current exhibition at Gallery Craft 39 Amsterdam

ZT Tosha current exhibition at Artland.com Gallery Craft 39 Amsterdam Formulated and reformulated / Fine art print , edition of 10 ZT Tosha: “My works are done serially, by a method by which one image can generate another and where…

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The Democracy of Abstraction

Thomas Nozkowski (1944–2019) never hedged his bets. One bet was that abstract painting did not have to be elitist; it could be as open to subject matter as Andy Warhol supposedly was. The difference is that Nozkowski was not interested…