States Of Being


Richard Mosse Displaced Damn Magazine ‘Grief and Grievance’ Shows Us Profound Visions of Black Suffering Frieze Sarah Lewis brings her Vision & Justice project to Frieze New York Document Journal Climate Disaster: Photographer Richard Mosse on Environmental Crime in the Amazon The Art Newspaper The Epic Banal Art in America Richard Mosse’s Photos Exoticize Disaster Hyperallergic Artist Lecture: Enrique Martínez Celaya Anderson Ranch Arts Center What I Buy and Why: Real Estate Developer Bob Rennie on Collecting Performance and Installing Extremely Clever Bathroom Art artnet Contemporary Artists Who Pushed The Boundaries of Sculpture Christie's Six Must-See Exhibitions in Chelsea This Summer Art in America 6 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now New York Times EXHIBITION REVIEW: RICHARD MOSSE "TRISTES TROPIQUES" Musee Magazine Ashley James Wants Us To Look 'Off The Record' Essence Tristes Tropiques, photographing Brazil’s environmental exploitation Domus Magazine ‘Still much work to be done’: artists and US museums react to Derek Chauvin conviction in George Floyd murder trial The Art Newspaper You've Definitely Never Seen The Amazon Rainforest Like This BuzzFeed News Breonna Taylor’s Spirit Comes to Life in a New Art Exhibition W Magazine In a Louisville Museum Show, Artists Reflect on the Legacy of Breonna Taylor and Other Black Lives Lost to Gun Violence—See Images Here Artnet Sam Wagstaff Photography Lecture with DPI Alum Hank Willis Thomas and Chris Berntsen NYU The Guggenheim’s New Show of All-Star Photoconceptualists Questions Official Records and How We Depict the Past Artnet How an Art Exhibition in Breonna Taylor’s Hometown Honors Her Life and Impact Smithsonian “Tristes Tropiques” Captures Devastating Ecocide In Brazil Atmos True Colors: Dawoud Bey on Gordon Parks’s “Harlem Gang Leader” MoMA Breonna Taylor Show Puts Art Museums on a Faster Track The New York Times A Memorial to Victims of Gun Violence, Told Through Their Keepsakes Surface Magazine Hank Willis Thomas and Lucy Lang in Conversation about Arts and Social Justice Flaunt Review: Everson’s ‘Who What When Where’ exhibition seeks to be a space of reconciliation The News House Carrie Mae Weems’ Photography Captures Engrained Cultural Disparity Hero Magazine Kerry James Marshall Painted a Portrait of Harvard Scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. Culture Type Gun violence memorial created by Hank Willis Thomas and Mass Design Group in Washington Wallpaper