The SFMOMA show opens in its second iteration at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh.
Monet's vision helped free him from some of painting's conventions, and this freedom prompted Joan Mitchell and her peers to forsake them more emphatically.
The show at KW Institute runs through May 14.
Hong Kong Diary: Conservative Painting Shows and Nightmarish Reminders of Raw Reality Collide During Art Basel
This year's Art Basel Hong Kong unfolded against the backdrop of political tumult.
"When We See Us" at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art in Cape Town asks: How have Blackness and Africanness been depicted?
"Juan de Pareja: Afro-Hispanic Painter" considers the life—and afterlives—of the once enslaved painter.By Maria H. Loh
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Mohammed Sami, a Former Propaganda Painter, Creates Haunting Interiors That Hover Between Abstraction and Figuration
Mohammed Sami has become known for his quietly haunting paintings of domestic interiors and roiling landscapes.
The mixed-race Scottish artist conjures Black women cast as flawless glamazons.