17 th May , 2019ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: KEVIN DEMERY
Kevin Demery's works explore the interplay between U.S. history and signifiers of power and invite us to move between their potent aesthetic of geometric color blocks with objects hanging from ropes or chains that are draped over the canvas and recurring motifs of historical violence, surveillance, and childhood trauma. Power Lines is Kevin Demery's first show in Germany.
17 th May , 2019Young, Black, and Featured in The Whitney’s 2019 Biennial
This week, The Whitney Museum of American Art, aka “The Whitney” is kicking off their 2019 Biennial, presented by Tiffany & Co. Known as a venue for young, up-and-coming artists, the museum’s signature event features 75 artists for this year’s edition, some who identify as Black and queer.
16 th May , 2019Arthur Jafa: Winner of the Golden Lions Prize
The 58th Venice Biennale, curated by Hayward Gallery director Ralph Rugoff, “May You Live in Interesting Times,” has awarded critically acclaimed American artist, Arthur Jafa, the coveted Golden Lions prize.
15 th May , 2019The Changing Face of Fine Art Collecting
Massive student loan debt, a scarce job market, and failing economy are crippling American millennials. For families of color, the common goal is to simply survive, with financial planning often falling by the wayside. Collecting fine art has historically been a tool of the privileged to amass their riches.