The museum's architectural design brings the personal tragic stories of the wars of the 20th century to visitors
The American Dream is not what it seems in this artwork that combines painting and collage
This federal building inspires discussion over neoclassical architecture's ties to the ideals of democracy and contemporary American politics
The first monument to commemorate the over 4,000 African Americans who were lynched in the early 20th century.
Yatika Starr Fields grew up in Tahlequah, in northeastern Oklahoma, whose nature and landscape continues to influence his work today.
Meet Richard Bell, an activist and artist who challenges preconceived ideas about Aboriginal art.
Shanghai based photographers Ji Weiyu and Song Tao, aka Birdhead, make art about everyday life in their home town.
Take a trip across the U.S.A. with Nam June Paik's "Electronic Superhighway: Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, 1995."
An-My Lê's photographs and films examine the impact, consequences, and representation of war, framing a tension between the natural landscape and its violent transformation into battlefields.
Rejecting the sensationalization of Mexico's injustices, Iturbide embeds herself within the communities when taking photographs
Contemporary artist Do Ho Suh covers every surface in the apartment that was his home and studio for eighteen years with white paper, rubbing with colored pencil all of the space's memory-provoking details.
An 1881 Civil War monument comes to life with video projections of refugees