‘Interrogate the World as It Is and Imagine How It Could Be’: Four Trailblazing Artists in ‘Soul of a Nation’ Discuss the Show and Their Careers

The exhibition of work by African-American artists, including Ming Smith, Betye Saar, William T. Williams, and Senga Nengudi, just opened at the Brooklyn Museum. Read More

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Brooklyn Museum Adds Works by Emma Amos, Beverly Buchanan, Betty Tompkins, and Many More Women Artists to Its Collection

The acquisitions came about through its “A Year of Yes” initiative, which was focused on feminist programming. Read More

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‘Simply Not a Good Look’: Activist Group Criticizes Brooklyn Museum’s Hiring of White Curator for African Art Department in Open Letter

Decolonize This Place has demanded that the museum address the controversy. Read More

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The Year in Screens, in Museums, Galleries, and So On

From a 3-D Anicka Yi video to restored net artworks, these are the best screen-based works that could be found in galleries, museums, and theaters, and on laptops. Read More

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Nancy Spector Named Artistic Director and Chief Curator of Guggenheim Foundation

After less than a year as the Brooklyn Museum’s deputy director and chief curator, Nancy Spector will leave her new post to become the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation’s first-ever artistic director and its Jennifer and David Stockman Chief Curator, a … Read More

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