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Kerry James Marshall

Felix Clay, Portrait of Kerry James Marshall, 2018. Courtesy: © the artist and David Zwirner, London

In further news: Italian government cracks down on art crime; and screening live arts performances fails to diversify audiences 

In further news: a long-lost tapestry owned by Henry VIII re-emerges; Kerry James Marshall’s Chicago Public Library mural withdrawn from auction

In further news: Rachel Maclean speaks out against ‘male dominated’ art world; Museo del Prado completes Bruegel restoration

At the crux of this ambitious show lies the question: who is this triennial really for?

By Evan Moffitt

The $21M painting was the highest price ever paid for a work by a living African American artist at auction

Vienna

6 Mar
8 Jul

A year marked by new visualizations, both controversial and celebrated, of the black body

By Ian Bourland

From growing protests over the gentrification of Boyle Heights to Schimmel leaving Hauser & Wirth, the latest from a mobilizing LA art scene

By Jonathan Griffin
Pamela Joyner with Kevin Beasley's Untitled (Panel 4) (2016) on the stand of Casey Kaplan at Frieze London 2016. Artwork courtesy: the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York. Photo courtesy: Linda Nylind / Frieze

'I am always thinking about where I personally can make the difference' 

Celebrated sociologist Zygmunt Bauman passes away; artists, curators and critics set to strike in protest against Trump inauguration

A history of underground Black publishing, from W.E.B. Du Bois to #BlackLivesMatter

By Ian Bourland

A year of protest, power and people, from L.A. Kauffman to Kerry James Marshall

By Jennifer Kabat