Featured in the Los Angeles Times, “A fight against the justice system gets deeply emotional in ‘Time.'” Click here to read.
Garrett Bradley (Prospect.3 New Orleans 2014), Theaster Gates (Chicago 2008), Kahlil Joseph (Los Angeles 2017) and Hank Willis Thomas (San Francisco 2007) in a group show “Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America,” From February 17 to June 6, 2021 at the New Museum, New York.
Phyllis Bramson (Chicago 2004)
in a group show, “Evolve: a changing exhibition of work from the collection,” on view through March 20, 2021 at the Bates Museum of Art.
Nick Cave (Chicago 2006) artwork “Truth Be Told,” addressed in the New York Times article, “Call It Sign or Art, a Disputed Nick Cave Work Is Moving to Brooklyn,” by Ted Loos. Click here to read the full article.
Danielle Deadwyler (Atlanta 2019) solo show “Leap Year Solo Exhibition: Danielle Deadwyler,” now on view through February 20, 2021 at The Mint Gallery.
Jim Duignan (Chicago 2008) highlighted in the fall 2020 issue of DePaul University’s publication, “Action in Education.” Click here to read.
Amir H. Fallah (Los Angeles 2020) solo exhibition “Better a Cruel Truth Than a Comfortable Delusion,” now on view through February 20, 2021 at Denny Dimin Gallery.
Mariah Garnett (Los Angeles 2016) project “Weirdo Night” has been selected in the Sundance Film Festival 2021. Click here to learn more.
Theaster Gates (Chicago 2008) exhibition “Theaster Gates: Breathing,” now on view through May 16, 2021 at Perez Art Museum Miami
Theaster Gates (Chicago 2008) and Cauleen Smith (Chicago 2015) exhibition “Future Histories: Theaster Gates and Cauleen Smith,” now on view through May 23, 2021 at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.