Some of the women behind the #NotSurprised open letter explain why they refuse to remain silent.
Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald are the first black artists hired by the Smithsonian to paint a president and first lady.
The artist behind the work calls the decision "total hypocrisy."
No one has ever paid so much for an American work at auction before.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could wear your favourite pieces of art? Well, just like a chameleon, Michelle Satterlee blends
What exactly are the implications of white artists creating (and profiting) off of work that depicts black trauma and black
Street art, and those who create it - those who dare, dream, fight, question and challenge, whether it be for rebellion or for necessity, for the past and for the future, for no reason and for vital ones, for themselves and for a greater good... in my mind encapsulates all that is historically significant about this medium.
Zaha Hadid: architect, designer, pioneer, shy beauty, mentor, rule breaker, gossip, wit, dream weaver, sweetheart. The world is emptier without her.
Due to the overwhelming interest in Italian art from the 50s to the 80s, we are rediscovering less-known artists from such