States Of Being


Carrie Mae Weems and George C. Wolfe on Defiance and Claiming Space The New York Times Style Magazine How Carrie Mae Weems sees herself i-D How Carrie Mae Weems keeps making her presence felt Apollo Magazine For Black Artists, the Great Migration Is an Unfinished Journey The New York Times Carrie Mae Weems Questions the Preservation of History ArtReview What Keeps Acclaimed Photographer Carrie Mae Weems Up at Night (An Interview) ArtNews 30 Black Artists at Frieze LA 2022 Los Angeles Review of Books Carrie Mae Weems Assesses History in Real-Time Hyperallergic Exhibition Review: Carrie Mae Weems, Down Here Below Musee Art Out: A TRAVÉS, CARRIE MAE WEEMS, ALEC SOTH Musee Carrie Mae Weems Sets the Stage and Urges Action New York Times With Armory Show, the World Is Catching Up to Carrie Mae Weems New York Times Carrie Mae Weems’s Visual Response to Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come” Hyperallergic Giving Carrie Mae Weems her due The Harvard Gazette Intimate Portraits of the World’s Most Inspiring Creative Women Another Magazine Spotlight: A New Exhibition in San Francisco Traces Carrie Mae Weems’s Profound Photography Practice Across Four Decades artnet News Arts Forecast: CounterPulse fest, Bowie Bash, Opera at the Ballpark… 48 Hills High Museum updates its winter and spring exhibition lineup The Atlanta Bay Area Visual Art Exhibitions Not to Miss this Fall KQED On View: ‘Social Works,’ Curated by Antwaun Sargent at Gagosian in New York, Exhibition Will Have a Sequel in London in October Culture Type The 7 Images That Shaped The Career Of The New Museum’s Deputy Director BuzzFeed News The Watermill Center Announces Crossroads Summer Festival: Led by Carrie Mae Weems and Robert Wilson Martin Cid Magazine Timely new art exhibit explores self-expression Daily Hive Antwaun Sargent Holds Space For Black Artists In Gagosian Social Works Exhibition Essence A new exhibition in Chelsea showcases vanguard Black artists Time Out Antwaun Sargent Holds Space For Black Artists In Gagosian Social Works Exhibition Essence In “Social Works,” Antwaun Sargent’s First Show at Gagosian, Black Artists Explore the Poetics of Space Vogue New Gagosian Director Spotlights Black Artists Involved in Social Change The New York Times The National Gallery of Art’s East Building Reopens Tomorrow. Here’s What to See Washingtonian Harrowing film on Japanese war-time atrocities in China is among shortlisted works on show in UK's biggest art prize The Art Newspaper