The artists Melvin Edwards and Rashid Johnson reflect on the legacy of their friend, just days after he died at age 88.
With the opening of Delta Air Lines’s new terminal at La Guardia Airport, New York gets a distinctive new collection of public artworks.
Rashid Johnson, Julie Mehretu, Adam Pendleton and Ellen Gallagher are working both to preserve and transform the North Carolina house where she was born.
The painter’s painter, who died young in 1966 after an all-too-brief career, still casts a long shadow. He continues to inspire Peter Doig, Rashid Johnson, Naudline Pierre and Henry Taylor.
In new exhibitions at the Metropolitan Opera and David Kordansky Gallery, the artist offers a story of recovery — personal and collective — after a “blunt force trauma.”
All in very different but concrete ways, these artists’ “live” public works speak of healing, history, and a fragile material world.
In the 1960s, abstract painting was a controversial style for Black artists, overshadowed by social realist works. Now, it’s claimed its place as a vital form of expression.
The Los Angeles dealer David Kordansky is using this moment to get more serious about helping and hiring people “left out of the conversation.”
What you need to know before venturing back out to see art, from safety precautions to the exhibitions still on view.
Amy Sherald, Michael R. Jackson and others discuss the challenges and opportunities of cultivating black audiences and dismantling historically white institutions.
George Condo and Rashid Johnson talk about their new simultaneous digital shows, politics and how the role of artists has changed.
Artists and architects may be sheltering at home, but their creativity still flows — and the results surprise even them. Here’s what 10 famous makers are looking at, reading, and sketching now.