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Carrie Mae Weems Questions the Preservation of History ArtReview Geoffrey Chadsey’s Mysterious, Monstrous Drawings of Men AnOther Magazine Rose B. Simpson Thinks in Clay The New York Times New exhibition at The School opens Sunday in Kinderhook Albany Times Union On Domesticity and Memory in James Baldwin and Becky Suss Literary Hub 10 BROOKLYN ARTISTS WITH SHOWS YOU NEED TO SEE RIGHT NOW Brooklyn Magazine With his first Canadian show, Black photographer Tyler Mitchell closes a gap The Toronto Star Howard University acquires landmark collection of Gordon Parks photos The Washington Post Nick Cave Goes Underground The New York Times A Visionary Show Moves Black History Beyond Borders The New Yorker Artists Are Putting Their Stamp on Lincoln Center The New York Times A Favorite Son Steps Front and Center in Chicago The New York Times What Keeps Acclaimed Photographer Carrie Mae Weems Up at Night (An Interview) ArtNews Believe It (An Interview with Hank Willis Thomas) Office Magazine The Politics of Pain in Hayv Kahraman’s Exposed, Knotted Bodies ArtReview What Does It Mean for Heaven to Be a Muddy Riverbed? Hyperallergic Artist Nick Cave Takes Chicago W Magazine A New Public Art Program Launches in Miami with Massive Nina Chanel Abney Mural ArtNews A New Book Explores the Innovative Sculptures of Abstract Artist El Anatsui Colossal Elizabeth Alexander Examines the Trayvon Generation Elle What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries Right Now Ne 30 Black Artists at Frieze LA 2022 Los Angeles Review of Books ‘A gift to the city.’ This $4 billion development is creating an outdoor museum in Miami Read more at: https://www.miamiherald.com/entertainment/visual-arts/article259741560.html#storylink=cpy Miami Herald Exhibit on being Black in America a gut punch Times Union Claudette Schreuders: Doubles at Jack Shainman Gallery WhiteHot Magazine How Art Can Value, Attest To, and Convey the Legacy of the Black Panthers Hyperallergic Haunting wooden sculptures by Claudette Schreuders reveal why we can't escape from ourselves Creative Boom BOOK REVIEW: SALVAGE BY JACKIE NICKERSON Musee Hayv Kahraman: ‘I was brainwashed into thinking anything Euro-American-centric is the ideal’ The Guardian ‘Brave people stepped up to the plate’: remembering the Black Panthers through art The Guardian