Cultural Enrichment

On View: ‘Christina Quarles’ at Museum of...

Apr 08, 2020No Comments

  While museums and galleries are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 virus, On View will continue to showcase images from noteworthy exhibitions   REPRESENTING THE BODY as flexible and free, contorted and constricted, intertwined

In Memoriam, Artists, Curators, and Scholars ...

Apr 08, 2020No Comments

  DAVID C. DRISKELL (1931-2020) helped build the field of African American art history and was a nexus for three generations of artists, curators, and scholars who have studied and are fortifying the discipline. A

Asked to Name an Artwork She’d Want to Live...

Apr 01, 2020No Comments

  MUSEUM CURATORS are constantly immersed in art, which might make it a challenge to choose one single work to which they are particularly drawn. When asked to name an artwork she’d want to live

On View: ‘Alpha Crucis – Contemporary Afr...

Mar 29, 2020No Comments

  While museums and galleries are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 virus, On View will continue to showcase images from current exhibitions   SINCE 2005, the Astrup Fearnley Museum has been staging expansive exhibitions

Kara Walker Has Opened Her Personal Archive, ...

Mar 28, 2020No Comments

  GRAND SCALE narrative installations, figurative scenes produced as cut-paper silhouettes, brought early acclaim to Kara Walker more than 25 years ago. More recently, she has ventured into monumental public art. Her first foray was

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