States Of Being


Kerry James Marshall: Exquisite Corpse: This is Not the Game The Brooklyn Rail Nina Chanel Abney Talks Big Butch Energy & Tracing Her Life Through Collage W Magazine Nina Chanel Abney’s Solo Show at ICA Miami Queers the Frat House ArtNews A Nick Cave Survey: Brutality, Bedazzled The New York Times Jack Shainman Will Open Up a New Gallery in Tribeca’s Historic Clock Tower Building Next Year, Turning a Landmark Bank Lobby Into an Exhibition Space Artnet News In the Gallery Race, Shainman Expands Beyond Chelsea to TriBeCa Landmark The New York Times Two Artists Are Reimagining the Future of Lincoln Center Harper's Bazaar The Joyous Kitsch and Lingering Simmer of Nick Cave’s Art Hyperallergic TIME100 NEXT: Tyler Mitchell Time Magazine Dawoud Bey and Tyler Mitchell Reveal Photography's New Inspirations Cultured Magazine Rose B. Simpson’s Kinship in Clay Frieze Tyler Mitchell: From Glossy Magazines to a Mega Gallery The New York Times Mentors Named for Next Class in Rolex Arts Initiative The New York Times Hank Willis Thomas Sees His Art as a Call to “Loving Action” The Wall Street Journal Rose B. Simpson shapes stories in clay and steel The Boston Globe For Black Artists, the Great Migration Is an Unfinished Journey The New York Times Portraits by Barkley L. Hendricks Will Hang With Old Masters at the Frick The New York Times Finding Material Pleasure in the Glitch The Provincetown Independent Carrie Mae Weems Questions the Preservation of History ArtReview Rose B. Simpson Thinks in Clay The New York Times Geoffrey Chadsey’s Mysterious, Monstrous Drawings of Men AnOther Magazine 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