Articles

YoYo Lander’s Vulnerable Portraits Celebrate Black Beauty and Strength

Cinga Samson’s Haunting Portraits Honor His South African Community

Kahlil Robert Irving’s Gritty Ceramics and Internet Collages Examine Contemporary Violence.

Painter Dominic Chambers Opens Up About His Process and What He’s Been Making in Quarantine

How Carrie Mackin Went From Small Town Gallery Owner to a Behind-the-Scenes Power in the Art World

At 76, Howardena Pindell Is Making Deeply Personal Paintings—and Gaining Overdue Acclaim

Star Artist Derrick Adams Explains the Radical Power of Making Work About Black People ‘Just Being, Living’

Painter Ed Clark’s first Hauser & Wirth show radiates effortless beauty. But it’s the product of decades of toughing it out

Norman Lewis, whose depiction of an American tragedy, American Totem, leaves you lingering and debating the highly political aspects of this work