Wangechi Mutu's Sculptures Transform Iconic Steps at The Met
The artist’s new exhibition, “The NewOnes, will free Us,” is the museum’s first-ever exterior installation—and the first thing people will see when they visit.
New Exhibit to Center Jean-Michel Basquiat's Identity and Activism
The Guggenheim Museum will mount “Defacement”: The Untold Story, which explores Basquiat’s formative years as an artist and activist in 1980s NYC.
Initiative Aims to Diversify America's Museum Leadership
The American Alliance of Museums aims to help its members better reflect the communities they serve.
LISTEN: Kimberly Drew Calls for Real Accessibility in the Art World
The writer and advocate for Black artist empowerment discussed equity issues and her tenure at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on “What’s Good with Stretch & Bobbito.”
Peek Inside The Smithsonian's New Black America-Focused Museum
The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture officially opens in September.
MCNY Unveils 'Hip-Hop Revolution' Photo Exhibition
Three photographers share classic moments in hip-hop culture seen through their lenses.
Puerto Rican Artist Ricardo Mulero Leads 9/11 Memorial Exhibit Team
Mulero previously worked at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and at Freedom Park in Pretoria, South Africa, but this project was unique.
Brooklyn Museum Just Got a Lot Cheaper
It’s free for folks under 20 starting September 3.
The African-American Flag is Flying Atop a School in Upstate New York
The Overwhelming Whiteness of Black Art
More and more institutions are featuring the work of black artists. When will the audiences reflect it?
National Korean American Museum Coming to Los Angeles
The largest ethnic Korean population in the U.S. is in Southern California.