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A new exhibition captures the intersection of race, slavery and images cast by candlelight.

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In “Light Structures,” the realist painter finds revelation in darkness.

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From miniature masterpieces to a Rolls-Royce Phantom in a landmark exhibition in Houston.

Why it matters if pop culture tells black love stories

The latest episode of “Historically Black” explores black love and marriage from slavery to today.

He went searching for his roots, and found the most popular black fiddler in 1920s Missouri

A search for a family connection led one man to an online forum and his great-great-grandfather's music.

‘I don’t scare easily’: A 94-year-old judge’s refusal to bow to racism, death threats

Damon Keith is still crusading for justice as a U.S. Court of Appeals judge.

See ornate place settings at Hillwood and letters to “Future Women” at Hillyer.

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In first solo museum show in St. Louis, she hopes her works are a refuge.

Gift marks the final stage in the dismantling of the famed D.C. arts institution.

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Yuki Ideguchi, a former graffitist, showcases time-honored paintings that influenced him.

  • Mark Jenkins
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The Prado, home to the world’s greatest Rubens collection, looks at his oil sketches.

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Her photographs show black people in domestic settings, with something indefinable and electric thrown in.

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‘A Box of Ten Photographs’ shows the photography pioneer’s empathy and artistry.

  • Mark Jenkins
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  • May 10
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The Institute for Contemporary Art shows off its new Steven Holl-designed building.

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Phones are meant to foster interaction. But what about the actual people in the room?

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Four artists have designed installations that offer the public paths to self-improvement.

  • Mark Jenkins
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  • May 4
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Philadelphia Museum of Art exhibition tries to fill in gaps that are part of the institution’s history.

Green family forced to return black market antiquities

The museum's annual summer installation is a tribute to the design firm Snarkitecture, which brought the popular “Beach” to D.C. in 2015.

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The opening of a lynching memorial in a state that protects Civil War monuments.

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More than 100 artists transformed round wooden panels for “Alchemical Vessels.”

  • Mark Jenkins
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Miya Ando and Jiha Moon bring multicultural viewpoints: Ando a Buddhist-industrial style, and Moon, Korean and Chinese imagery.

  • Mark Jenkins
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  • Apr 26
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The uncompromising National Memorial for Peace and Justice opens in the “Cradle of the Confederacy” and will force America to confront its ugly past.

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