States Of Being


Week in Review: NYC Museums Announce Reopening Dates; Kentucky Gets Its First Public Monument to a Woman Hyperallergic Hank Willis Thomas on Black Survival Guide and Creative Civic Action Hyperallergic Queer, Black, out of this world: Toyin Ojih Odutola's drawings flip power structures in Barbican show The Art Newspaper Revisiting Carrie Mae Weems’s Landmark “Kitchen Table Series” Artsy There’s a New Wave of Critically Recognized Black Female Artists. These Publications are the First to Document Their Work Culture Type An Interview With Shepard Fairey: Artists Team Up With eBay To Design Bandanas To Support ‘Get Out The Vote’ Programs In The USA (Pt1) Forbes Artist Carrie Mae Weems: “COVID-19 Is Not an Equal Opportunity Virus” Harper's Bazaar Toyin Ojih Odutola’s Visions of Power The New Yorker Human Rights Campaign Exhibits Hank Willis Thomas Public Art Installation “All Power to All People” at D.C. Headquarters Human Rights Campaign Hank Willis Thomas Spotlights Racial Justice In Expansive Mid-Career Survey Hypebeast Carrie Mae Weems Says That’s Enough of Trump W Magazine The High Line Wants You to Weigh in on Its Next Public Sculptures Hyperallergic Adi Nes Testaments Fotografiska Artist Toyin Ojih Odutola imagines a world ruled by powerful women Dazed K11 partners with Museum of Contemporary Art to create a fashionable mask collection TimeOut Rest as Revolution: The Speculative Nature of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s Figurations FLASH ART Yokohama Triennale 2020 Roundup: Artists reflect on 'Afterglow' in Contemporary Times Design Boom 15 Engrossing Artist Biographies and Memoirs to Read Now AnOther Magazine Toyin Ojih Odutola: A Countervailing Theory Apollo Magazine Hank Willis Thomas sculpture “All Power to All People” stokes conversations on race Arts ATL Kerry James Marshall’s New Paintings Consider Blackness and Audubon’s Legacy Smithsonian Magazine Gehard Demetz breaks away from tradition at Frieze Los Angeles STIR With his camera, Gordon Parks humanized the Black people others saw as simply criminals The Washington Post Jeff Koons, Marina Abramović, and 200 Other Artists Designed Flags That Are Now Flying at New York’s Rockefeller Center Artnet Contemporary Art and Weaving with Diedrick Brackens and Erin M. Riley Barnes Foundation Virginia MOCA Now Open With Free Admission To View Poignant Exhibitions The New Journal & Guide Liberating masculinity: London photo exhibit spotlights queer resistance to 'manliness' NBC News Rare Malcolm X and Black Panther Photographs Grace Public School's Charitable T-Shirt Capsule Hypebeast Artist Toyin Ojih Odutola: 'Through drawing, I can cope with racism, sexism, cultural friction' The Guardian A Triennale In Tune With Our Pandemic-Affected Moment Hyperallergic