This fall, the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design will open 30 Americans, a wide-ranging survey exhibition of works by many of the most important African-American contemporary artists of the last three decades. By bringing seminal artistic figures together with younger and emerging artists, the exhibition explores artistic influence across generations and sheds light [...]
I’m quite familiar with Levinthal’s project and publication Blackface. This seems like a really curious choice of title for this latest exhibition. What does it mean beyond the fact that the artist is trying to breathe new life into a project that didn’t garner the accolades he thought they deserved the first time around? That [...]
This seems an especially important and timely exhibition given the increasingly contentious presence of Chinese business in Africa.
A new exhibit at Li-Space in Beijing’s Caochangdi district aims to refashion the traditional visual impression of Africa – that of famine, war and poverty – through images that show a continent of culture, hope, imagination and dreams.
“Africa: See [...]