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Over the next two years, Seeing America will grow to include 100 videos, 18 essays, quizzes, discussion questions and lesson plans.
A portrait of the artist's mother, Goyita symbolizes the resilience of Puerto Rico.
Mix, Stir, Pour: a feminist action.
Thomas takes inspiration from both the 1969 moon landing and her backyard garden
A plaster cast of a manhole cover from the streets of Manhattan is a testament to this artist's experimental use of materials
Cartoonish coyotes play on Fonseca's overlapping identities as queer, American, and Indigenous.
Light and color take center stage in this soul illustration of the Oklahoma landscape where Echohawk and his family have lived for generations.
Stripes of industrial spray paint on this canvas recall the industrial city and undersides of highways
Lewis leaves behind the figure for abstracted fragments at the end of World War II
Sam Gilliam trespasses the distinction between painting and sculpture
Gee's Bend quilts challenge notions of what is — and what is not — modern art
Charles Sebree expresses his inner self in The Mystic.
An International Style gem on Park Avenue