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This is an image of an artwork by John Outterbridge made circa 1978 to 1982 titled "Tribal Piece, Ethnic Heritage Series".
John Outterbridge on view at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
November 21, 2021 - February 13, 2022
Texas Isaiah: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21 at MoMA PS1
Texas Isaiah: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21 at MoMA PS1
November 18, 2021 - February 27, 2022
Brooklyn Rail reviews Martha Tuttle exhibition
Brooklyn Rail reviews Martha Tuttle exhibition
October 2021
Portrait of Tomashi Jackson, pencil on paper by Phong H. Bui.
Tomashi Jackson with Maddie Klett in The Brooklyn Rail
October 2021
This is an image of the cover of the publication "Return to the Field".
Return to the Field
Edited by Gabriel Kruis and Martha Tuttle Fall 2021
This is a cropped image of a photograph by Texas Isaiah titled "Heaven's Hands".
Texas Isaiah interviewed in the Los Angeles Times
October 13, 2021
This is an image of the exhibition by Egan Frantz titled "Not Enough Words" at Foundry Seoul.
Egan Frantz at Foundry Seoul
October 7, 2021
This is an image of an artwork by Tomashi Jackson.
Tomashi Jackson: Brown II at Harvard Radcliffe Institute
September 20, 2021
John Outterbridge and Noah Purifoy works on view at SF MoMA
John Outterbridge and Noah Purifoy works on view at SF MoMA
May 22, 2021 - March 6, 2022
Brenna Youngblood work on view at SF MoMA
Brenna Youngblood work on view at SF MoMA
May 22, 2021 - March 6, 2022
February James reviewed in The New York Times
February James reviewed in The New York Times
September 1, 2021
This is an image of an artwork by February James titled "Corner Store Shakedown" from her exhibition at Wilding Cran.
February James in Los Angeles Magazine
September 9, 2021
Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim in The New York Times
Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim in The New York Times
July 8, 2021
Image of the artist Tomashi Jackson in her studio at The Watermill Center, June 2021. Photo: Copyright Jessica Dalene, courtesy of The Watermill Center
Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim at the Parrish Art Museum
July 11 - November 7, 2021
This image depicts the artist Kennedy Yanko working outside.
Kennedy Yanko interview with Artnet News
June 15, 2021
Guggenheim Museum acquires work by Tomashi Jackson
Guggenheim Museum acquires work by Tomashi Jackson
June 4, 2021
In Compton, a School That Paved the Way for Generations of Black Artists, T Magazine
In Compton, a School That Paved the Way for Generations of Black Artists, T Magazine
June 1, 2021
Noah Purifoy in the Los Angeles Times
Noah Purifoy in the Los Angeles Times
May 26, 2021
Kennedy Yanko: Postcapitalist Desire reviewed in The Nation
Kennedy Yanko: Postcapitalist Desire reviewed in The Nation
May 19, 2021
Painting by Zachary Armstrong titled "Noah".
Zachary Armstrong at The Contemporary Dayton
April 30 - July 17, 2021
Kennedy Yanko: Postcapitalist Desire in The Brooklyn Rail
Kennedy Yanko: Postcapitalist Desire in The Brooklyn Rail
May 2021
Tomashi Jackson in Off the Record at the Guggenheim
Tomashi Jackson in Off the Record at the Guggenheim
April 2 - September 27, 2021
Rebecca Purdum: Breathing Painting at the New York Studio School
Rebecca Purdum: Breathing Painting at the New York Studio School
March 8 - April 18, 2021
Artwork by Tomashi Jackson.
MFA Boston Acquires Tomashi Jackson's "City of Quartz (Wicker Sun)"
March 4, 2021
February James image of what female figure she'd commemorate with a statue.
February James in The New York Times Style Magazine
February 18, 2021
Zachary Armstrong: The Ancient Technique of Encaustic at Faurschou Beijing
Zachary Armstrong: The Ancient Technique of Encaustic at Faurschou Beijing
January 21, 2021
New York Times: John Outterbridge: 1933-2020
New York Times: John Outterbridge: 1933-2020
January 1, 2021
Zachary Armstrong at Faurschou Beijing
Zachary Armstrong at Faurschou Beijing
January 15 - June 13, 2021
Tomashi Jackson: Love Rollercoaster review in Frieze
Tomashi Jackson: Love Rollercoaster review in Frieze
December 30, 2020
John Outterbridge: 1933-2020
John Outterbridge: 1933-2020
December 23, 2020
Tomashi Jackson "Real Talk / White House", 2020
Tomashi Jackson: Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant 2020
Photograph by Texas Isaiah from 2017 titled "Aaron".
In Conversation: Texas Isaiah & Gioncarlo Valentine in W Magazine
October 26, 2020
Artists Encourage Voting with New Billboards
Artists Encourage Voting with New Billboards
October 14, 2020
Martha Tuttle "a stone that thinks of Enceladus" at Storm King (Jeffrey Jenkins/ Care of Storm King Art Center)
Glass, Marble, and Glacial History at Storm King
October 7, 2020
Tomashi Jackson, "Is Anybody Gonna Be Saved" (Red and Black), 2020, Pentelic marble dust on election ephemera, acrylic, paper bags, cotton fabric, canvas, 84 x 73 inches
Project: Tomashi Jackson in Artforum
October/November 2020
Berend Strik "Deciphering the Artist's Mind"
Berend Strik "Deciphering the Artist's Mind"
September 14, 2020
Tomashi Jackson exhibition "Love Rollercoaster" at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio
Tomashi Jackson at the Wexner Center
September 26, 2020
Brenna Youngblood on view at the Seattle Art Museum
Brenna Youngblood on view at the Seattle Art Museum
Interview with Tomashi Jackson in ARTnews
Interview with Tomashi Jackson in ARTnews
September 28, 2020
The Artsy Vanguard 2020: Tomashi Jackson
The Artsy Vanguard 2020: Tomashi Jackson
September 11, 2020
Antone Könst sculpture "Love Dove" installed on Fishers Island, New York.
"Love Dove" by Antone Könst on Fishers Island
August 25, 2020
Tomashi Jackson in T Magazine
Tomashi Jackson in T Magazine
July 21, 2020
Martha Tuttle at Storm King in the New York Times
Martha Tuttle at Storm King in the New York Times
July 9, 2020
Martha Tuttle opening at Storm King
Martha Tuttle opening at Storm King
July 15 - November 9, 2020
Texas Isaiah in the New York Times
Texas Isaiah in the New York Times
June 19, 2020
Is there such a thing as distance? by Martha Tuttle
Is there such a thing as distance? by Martha Tuttle
The Brooklyn Rail May 7, 2020
Texas Isaiah in the Los Angeles Times
Texas Isaiah in the Los Angeles Times
March 31, 2020
5 Artists on Our Radar: February James
5 Artists on Our Radar: February James
March 25, 2020
Kianja Strobert at Art Omi
Kianja Strobert: When is brunch? at Art Omi
Ghent, New York March 21 - May 10, 2020
Tomashi Jackson work acquired by the Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore Museum of Art Acquires Work by Tomashi Jackson
December 30, 2019
Brenna Youngblood "Blade Runner: Lavendar Rainbow" 2016
Brenna Youngblood: Lavendar Rainbow at the Riverside Art Museum
February 1 - March 29, 2020
Zachary Armstrong in the studio
Zachary Armstrong at the Faurschou Foundation
March 13, 2020
4 Curators on the Artists They're Celebrating This Black History Month
4 Curators on the Artists They're Celebrating This Black History Month
February 20, 2020
Yashua Klos You've Learned to Let Go, 2019 Paper construction of woodblock prints and graphite on archival paper Paper Dimensions: 48 x 36 inches
Yashua Klos Named 2020 Artist-in-Residence by the Joan Mitchell Foundation
January 29, 2020
Artists Poised to Breakout in 2020
Artists Poised to Breakout in 2020
Artnet News December 12, 2019
Egan Frantz "Wendy Carlos" 2019
Egan Frantz: Switched-On Painting
Mousse Magazine November 21, 2019
Martha Tuttle
Martha Tuttle
Art in America October 2019
Martha Tuttle Milestone
Martha Tuttle
Artforum October 2019
Gang Zhao: History Painting at Pérez Art Museum Miami
Gang Zhao: History Painting at Pérez Art Museum Miami
May 24 - January 5, 2020
Tomashi Jackson’s “Hometown Buffet-Two Blues (Limited Value Exercise),” left, and “Third Party Transfer and the Making of Central Park (Seneca Village — Brooklyn 1853-2019),” right, are as much about abstraction as racial politics. Olga Balema’s Styrofoam “Leaf” is at center. Credit: Vincent Tullo for The New York Times
The Whitney Biennial: Young Art Cross-Stitched With Politics
The New York Times May 16, 2019
Tomashi Jackson in her studio surrounded by her colorful-layered assemblages. Jeremy Liebman
Why These 4 Whitney Biennial Artists Are Making Waves
Galerie Magazine May 13, 2019
Ms. Jackson in her Brooklyn studio. Credit: Christopher Gregory for The New York Times
The Whitney Biennial Called. How Will They Answer?
The New York Times May 9, 2019
Installation view of Open House: Elliott Hundley, April 14–September 16, 2019 at MOCA Grand Avenue. Courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Art. Photo by Zak Kelley.
Noah Purifoy at MOCA Los Angeles
Featured in Open House: Eliott Hundley April 14 - September 16, 2019
Brenna Youngblood at MOCA Los Angeles
Brenna Youngblood at MOCA Los Angeles
Featured in Open House: Eliott Hundley April 14 - September 16, 2019
Egan Frantz at Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
Egan Frantz at Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
March 17, 2019
Martha Tuttle: I long and seek after  Installation View
MARTHA TUTTLE: I long and seek after by Alfred Mac Adam
The Brooklyn Rail February 7, 2018
Zachary Armstrong Pays Homage to Father Figures at Tilton Gallery
Zachary Armstrong Pays Homage to Father Figures at Tilton Gallery
Cultured Mag May 5, 2018