With Incisive Urgency, Howardena Pindell Confronts the Lingering Impacts of Racism

Howardena Pindell: Rope/Fire/Water, curated by Adeze Wilford, is a confluence of radical notions: anti-racist curatorial practice, consciousness raising through creative pedagogy, and the...

MFA Boston Workers Vote to Unionize

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (by Bill Damon via Flickr) Workers from more than 30 departments at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA)...

Japan House Los Angeles Celebrates North American Debut of Windowology With Virtual Exhibition and...

Curated by architectural historian and critic Igarashi Tarō, Windowology explores the ways in which windows frame our world, each bringing a completely unique...

An upgrade for this abstract expressionist billboard – The Artsology Blog

I was running some errands, waiting at a red light (which had just turned green as I snapped this shot, below) when I...

Polish Animator Mariusz Wilczyński’s Kill It and Leave This Town Premieres in the US

Polish artist Mariusz Wilczyński has been making visually striking, deeply personal short animations, as well as unique live animation performances, for twenty years....

Kahlil Joseph’s News Channel Revels in Black History and Experience

LOS ANGELES — After ordering a to-go plate of the oxtail dinner at Natraliart Jamaican Restaurant, and stepping to the side to allow...

The Heavenly Queens of R&B

While the term R&B has meant many things over the years, it’s come to denote music that stimulates, reacts to, and cautiously studies...

Poems About the Business of Being a Poet

Kent Johnson has a fanatic’s heart and a penchant for real estate, specifically the poetry market. His corner of that market has been...

Yayoi Kusama’s Self-Portrait as a Young Provocateur

When The Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C. hosted a 50-year retrospective of Yayoi Kusama’s art in February 2017, it featured six Infinity Mirror...

Artists Quarantine With Their Art Collections

AUTHOR’S NOTE: As Michael Mahalchick describes below, a world unthreatened by COVID-19 “exists only in your head.” But promising preliminary results from coronavirus...