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"It Keeps Her Alive": Remembering Breonna Taylor Through Art

"It Keeps Her Alive": Remembering Breonna Taylor Through Art

By Nadja Sayej, The Guardian

The Philadelphia Museum of Art Reimagines the City's History

The Philadelphia Museum of Art Reimagines the City's History

By Peter Saenger, The Wall Street Journal

Agnes Gund, Patron and Advocate for Unknown Artists: "We've Caught Up with Aggie to Some Degree"

Agnes Gund, Patron and Advocate for Unknown Artists: "We've Caught Up with Aggie to Some Degree"

by Hilarie M. Sheets, ARTnews

In the Pandemic Present, a Literary Tour of Greenwich Village's Past

In the Pandemic Present, a Literary Tour of Greenwich Village's Past

by Jeremy Allen, The New York Times

Lawrence Ferlinghetti (1919 - 2021)

Lawrence Ferlinghetti (1919 - 2021)

by Ammiel Alcalay, ARTFORUM

Who Is Ben Heller, Pioneering Collector of Abstract Expressionism,  'There's Nobody in that League'

Who Is Ben Heller, Pioneering Collector of Abstract Expressionism, 'There's Nobody in that League'

By Maximiliano DurĂ³n, ARTnews

The World Lawrence Ferlinghetti Built

The World Lawrence Ferlinghetti Built

By Barry Schwabsky, The Nation

Art Historian Sarah Lewis on Why Black Artists on Have Been "Under-Exhibited and Over-Theorized"

Art Historian Sarah Lewis on Why Black Artists on Have Been "Under-Exhibited and Over-Theorized"

By Folasade Ologundudu, Artnet News

A State by State Look at Coronavirus in Prisons

A State by State Look at Coronavirus in Prisons

The Marshall Project

Vulnerable Inmates Left in Prison as Covid Rages

Vulnerable Inmates Left in Prison as Covid Rages

By Roni Caryn Rabin, The New York Times

Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Poet Who Nurtured the Beats, Dies at 101

Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Poet Who Nurtured the Beats, Dies at 101

by Jesse McKinley, The New York Times

Sorrows of Black America

Sorrows of Black America

By Peter Schjeldahl, The New Yorker

Once Overlooked, Black Abstract Artists Are Finally Given Their Due

Once Overlooked, Black Abstract Artists Are Finally Given Their Due

by Medan O'Grady, New York Times Style Magazine

"Black Art in the Absence of Light" Reveals a History of Neglect and Triumph

"Black Art in the Absence of Light" Reveals a History of Neglect and Triumph

Holland Cotter, The New York Times

'Mastery and Transgression' in Music that Bridges Genres

'Mastery and Transgression' in Music that Bridges Genres

By Seth Colter Walls, The New York Times

A Milestone Moment - US National Gallery of Art Acquires 40 Works by Black Southern Artists

A Milestone Moment - US National Gallery of Art Acquires 40 Works by Black Southern Artists

Gareth Harris, The Art Newspaper

Oliver Lee Jackson painting

Conserving Oliver Lee Jackson's "Unititled (Sharpeville Series)"

by Christan Wurst of the Blanton Museum of Art

Installation of Jesse Krimes quilts

The Pandemic & The Prison System

An Artist's Perspective

26 April, 2020

Gallery artist Jesse Krimes has a unique viewpoint on the crisis, having spent six years in prison. We hosted a discussion of the current crisis joined by Professor Nicole Fleetwood and Jasmine Heiss.

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