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Celebrating the novelist Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man also testifies to Catlett’s lifelong artistic commitment to the struggles of Black Americans.
This catalog describes a very particular kind of room: a 17th-century curiosity cabinet.
Drawing on Minimalist forms, Gates provokes active reflection on the social lives of the objects he employs.
Dedication Page (colophon), with Blanche of Castile and King Louis IX of France, Saint Louis Bible (Moralized Bible or Bible moralisée)
This visually dazzling manuscript helped lift King Louis IX to sainthood. A dedication page shows the book’s illuminator at work.
This early Greek depiction of the idealized male form displays power and poise in his nudity and steadfast gaze.
Take a closer look at this 1000 year old Spanish illumination.
Kerry James Marshall, Now And Forever; Elizabeth Alexander, “American Song,” Washington National Cathedral
Kerry James Marshall and Elizabeth Alexander create words and images that fill the Washington National Cathedral with hope.
Made for British clientele, Cabazon crafts a picturesque vision of Trinidad’s tropical beauty.
Architects used Assyrianizing motifs strategically to help their businesses stand out in New York’s competitive urban landscape.
Rodríguez juxtaposes the beauty of the natural world with violent references to Rafael Trujillo's dictatorship in Paradise for a Tourist Brochure.
Pocho Research Society (Sandra de la Loza), Echoes en el Echo: A Series of Interventions about Memory, Place, and Gentrification
In Echoes en el Echo, De La Loza excavates forgotten fragments of L.A.’s past.
Which Came First? deftly introduces the viewer to Álvarez Muñoz’s recurring themes: childhood, language, religion, and gender.