Recent News

  • * Please note that exhibition and event dates are subject to change do to restrictions related to the COVID-19 crisis. Please check with individual institutions for updated information.*

  • Leiko Ikemura: Usagi Kannon II is on view at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in Wakefield, UK through October, 2020

  • Work by Rupert Garcia  is included in the exhibition Recent Acquisitions at the National Portrait Gallery, D.C., on view through August 30, 2020. 

  • MoAD Emerging Artists presents Sydney Cain: Refutations will be on view at the Musuem of African Diaspora, San Francisco, CA March 25 - June 7, 2020. 

  • John Bankston's work is included in the traveling exhibiiton 30 Americans on view at the Honolulu Museum of Art, HI through June 21, 2020. 

  • A solo exhibition by Vik Muniz which originated at the High Museum in Atlanta, GA will open April 1, 2020 at Museum Universidad de Navarra, Spain. More information HERE.

  • Lava Thomas' Resistance Reverb: Movements 1 & 2 has been permanently installed in the HALL Arts Hotel in Dallas, TX. The immersive installation, originally conceived as part of the exhibition Be Not Still: Living in Uncertain Times at di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art, CA, is comprised of hundreds of pink tambourines. An instrument of protest, the tambourine has frequently appeared in marches and demonstrations since the mid-twentieth century.

  • John Preus: Adaptation, a site specific installation at the Univerisity of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, is on view through June 14th, 2020. The installation was created from a recently completed residency at the Smart Museum and utilizes materials salvaged from closed Chicao Public Schools. 

  • A work by Hung Liu is included in the 2020 census campaign Art + Action. Find our more about the campaign HERE!

  • Dawoud Bey: An American Project is on view at SFMOMA through May 25, 2020. This full-scale retrospective will then travel to the High Museum, Atlanta, GA and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY. 

  • Tara Tucker recently completed a large scale commission, her biggest work to date, at the Facebook HQ in Fremont, CA. The roughly 20 piece installation, titled Wild Communication, is made up of hand-cut and painted plywood animals.

  • The exhibition Hung Liu: Passer-by, originally scheduled to open December 6, 2019 at Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, was cancelled due to censorship by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture. Read Liu's statement of response HERE. 

  • Oliver Lee Jackson was featured on the PBS News Hour discussing his solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Art and the artist who inspires him. 

    Watch the video HERE

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