From the skyscapes to shoelaces — art as diverse as our contemporary culture.
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This monumental painting of Black people at the beach speaks to a dearth of Black figures in the art history canon
Thomas takes inspiration from both the 1969 moon landing and her backyard garden
Cartoonish coyotes play on Fonseca's overlapping identities as queer, American, and Indigenous.
Explosions of color signify a landscape, real or imagined
Lewis leaves behind the figure for abstracted fragments at the end of World War II
Charles Sebree expresses his inner self in The Mystic.
A monumental solution, rethinking the sculpture of Richmond
This federal building inspires discussion over neoclassical architecture's ties to the ideals of democracy and contemporary American politics.
A conversation that took place on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia, just before the last Confederate monument on the boulevard was removed in September 2021
Taking the name from Toni Morrison's debut novel, this painting's figures and scenes show the clash of innocence and the adult violence of bigotry and hatred
Sue Coe's Aids won't wait, the enemy is here not in Kuwait, 1990
Finding heroism amidst one of the world's great environmental disasters.