hank willis thomas
Hank Willis Thomas and Cause Collective are begging people in the U.S. to tell the truth.
Every minute you spend waiting for the check in an overpriced Miami Beach restaurant, or standing in line for a subpar Cuban sandwich, or waving down a bartender for an $11 can of beer, or, well, sleeping in your hotel, is time you're not spending with the art that you came to Miami for in the first place.
How did you spend your summer? I spent mine completing work for the exhibition A Family Affair curated by Megan Voeller.
Using printed archives as his medium, Thomas has developed an unorthodox artistic process that works to ensure our past belief
Hank Willis Thomas, Jet People, 2010 Gouache acrylic on canvas 20 × 40 in. Courtesy the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery
Everyone heads to Basel with many different intentions in mind. However, the one thread that connects each and every attendee is their appreciation for art and its creators.
Casey Kelbaugh, driven through a need for community and the gathering of creative minds, created Slideluck in Seattle fourteen years ago in the small backyard of his home, encouraging attendees to bring home-cooked meals and load slides of their work upon arrival.
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Nicola Vassell, the curator of the exhibition, expressed similar hesitation regarding the "postracial" Obama age. The former
As Black History Month comes to a close, we've picked 30 young black artists who are contributing to the ongoing conversation