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Interview: Toyin Ojih Odutola On Her New Exhibition At Barbican Art Gallery Something Curated Gordon Parks Used the Camera as a “Weapon” Against Poverty and Racism Elephant Hayv Kahraman, la peinture comme lieu de résistance face à l'oppression deuxiéme page Delaware Art Museum revives ‘Black Survival Guide’ exhibit The Philadelphia Tribune The Quiet Resistance in Gordon Parks’s Photographs of Black America Art Review Carrie Mae Weems, Shepard Fairey and more share public, anti-Trump artwork Dazed Digital This Artwork Changed My Life: Josef Albers’s “Interaction of Color” Artsy History Is Waiting to Be Told artnet news In Conversation: Diedrick Brackens and Danez Smith Virtual Views: Gordon Parks, a Live Q&A MoMA The Art Angle Podcast: How Hank Willis Thomas Is Making Politics an Art Form Artnet Now What? Life Post-Protest: Amplifying Black Art L'Officiel Art Toyin Ojih Odutola Calls Her Portrait of Zadie Smith a ‘Love Letter to Black Britain’ Culture Type Artists Nick Cave And Bob Faust Asking Neighbors To Fight Racism By Airing Their ‘Dirty Laundry’ Block Club Chicago A socially distanced stroll around the galleries Apollo Magazine Opening season – exhibitions not to miss in the UK this summer Apollo Magazine ‘Bottle caps are more versatile than canvas and oil’: El Anatsui on turning the everyday into art | The Guardian Kolumn Magazine SCADcast: 'On Creativity' with Carrie Mae Weems SCAD TV Alma Thomas Tang Museum Artists Quarantine With Their Art Collections Hyperallergic Protesting U.S. Immigration Policies, Artists Aim for the Sky New York Times Photographer Gordon Parks Captured a Changing America in the Midst of the Civil Rights Era for Life Magazine—See Images Here Artnet Why does this legendary Black photographer's work continue to resonate today? National Geographic From Keith Haring to Dread Scott, a Brief History of Public Art in New York City Artnews Tate Museums are Reopening July 27. New Exhibitions are Delayed, Including Surveys of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Zanele Muholi Culture Type A Public Art Project Devoted to Dismantling Racism at Every Level New York Times Reflecting on Freedom Harvard Art Museums “The Camera Could be a Weapon”: Gordon Parks on the Power of Photography AnOther Magazine Eight Online Exhibits to See Right Now on Black History, Racism and Protest Smithsonian Magazine Dpi Alum Hank Willis Thomas Writes on the Future of Monuments for CNN New York University