At the Columbus Museum of Art, photographers look to the light in the sky.
In his new body of work, the experimental photographer uses Flint’s contaminated tap water to create daring abstractions with a political edge.
Echoing the languid melodies of the South, Shane Lavalette finds fragments of oral tradition in the visual world.
After years in a Boston attic, Mark Morrisroe’s dreamy, unpolished early work is on display in a rare exhibition in New York.
Merging images and words, conceptual artists in the 1970s advanced a new visual language.
In the late 1940s, the photographer’s photographer reveled in the contradictory energies of urban life.
In his first museum retrospective, Anthony Hernandez finds melancholy beauty in a city of contrasts.
Can Conceptual art speak to activist issues in new ways?
Spanning over eighty years of photographs, an exhibition explores the gender non-conforming potential of the word “they.”