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A recently acquired akwanshi stone monolith from the Cross River region of Nigeria forms the centerpiece of an exhibition about ancestral veneration.
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Edgar Degas’s portrait of his sister-in-law is among the paintings the French Impressionist created during a visit with his New Orleans relatives in 1872.
Visit 1940s-era Harlem in a riveting photo essay for Life magazine through the lens of photographer Gordon Parks.
In FLUX, Yemeni-Bosnian artist Alia Ali considers how politics, economics, and histories collide in fabric patterns and techniques.
Lina Iris Viktor discusses the influences behind her solo exhibition A Haven. A Hell. A Dream Deferred., which examined the mythicized founding of Liberia.
A 1941 teapot by the prominent African American Modernist sculptor Sargent Johnson seems to be of both nature and man, both ancient and modern.
Project Peaceful Warriors present instructions on how to make calming breathing wands.
Dawn DeDeaux’s work addresses apocalyptic themes. She discusses her forthcoming retrospective in 2021.