Viewed as movements, these abstracts are maps that retrace Owens’ process, the steps he took to arrive at the finished series.
This artwork skips the fraught emotionality of white people’s coming into consciousness about the constructs of race and the iterations of racism, and instead leads the viewer straight into an intellectual headspace.
The internet was a lot this week but also mostly good.
The Black Futures project will remain a bastion of the wonder of Black mastery as well as the beauty of Black mundanity.
Mayor Scott's COVID-19 crackdown, hospitals nearing capacity, a Baltimore Museum fiasco, restaurants trying to rebound, and more reporting from The Real News Network, Baltimore Fishbowl, The DCist, and others.
Born in Tokyo and based in Baltimore, Ito understands himself as a collection of opposites and pursues both sides of those narratives through his open-ended and expansive photography practice.
As the eclipses shake us up, we welcome lively Sagittarius season.
The internet was a little all over the place this week but I also loved it.
With everything in the world in constant disarray, it’s heartening to know one thing has not changed: Sidney Clifton’s vision.
What we miss the most, what we're leaving behind, and what we're bringing with us post-pandemic