Politics & Society Art
Leo J. O'Donovan December 22, 2016 Issue
As the historic presidency of Barack Obama comes to an end, our country is reminded that the African-American story continues to be written today.
Karen Sue Smith November 17, 2016 Issue
Kerry James Marshall (b. 1955) has a vocation within a vocation.
Leo J. O'Donovan September 22, 2016 Issue
“A world without color would seem dead,” she said in a 1972 interview. “Color, for me, is life.”
Leo J. O'Donovan August 16, 2016 Issue
“Everything I have done since,” the artist later said, “has been based on that eggbeater idea.”
Edward W. Schmidt July 13, 2016 Issue
An exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago brings the text and the photographs for “Harlem Is Nowhere” together for the first time since 1948.
Leo J. O'Donovan June 29, 2016 Issue
Alexander the Great created a new world of encounter and multiplicity.