thank you, black materials swirls in gratitude for the lifeworlds of Black material life as expressed within works by six contemporary Oregon-connected artists of African descent.
At ICA LA, Cwynar probes what we can learn from our fickle taste and consumerism.
This second installment of 1989 brings the work of established and emerging artists from Romania, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Poland, Cuba, Suriname, USA, China, Iran, and New Zealand. Their works offer poetic and philosophical reflections on the exhibition theme through a range of experimental video and documentary film, photography, digital animation, music composition, poetry, and performance.
Drawing Energy is concerned with communities of women and their collective power to document and deeply engage with artistic, cultural, or familial lineages.
McEvoy Arts presents Danny Clay and Theresa Wong for the premiere performance of their original…
Jutting out from the rugged coastline at Lands End, near barbed Seal Rock and the…
A poetic installation chronicles the friendships made by a community living in tunnels under Manhattan.
An homage to art that shatters academic and “High Art” facades of elitism with the everyday.
Created specifically for this public space, her thermodynamic sculptures made from galvanized steel invites participation.
Join Black Cinema Collective and watch films situated in the Black North American and South Asian contexts, linked by themes of memory, acceptance, self-love, and the complexities of the diasporic experience.