Betye Saar

For two years, Jackson ran one of the most important galleries for black artists of the past half century

By Chase Quinn

In an era marked by dishonesty, what of the age-old assumption that the eyes cannot lie?

By Harry Thorne

Los Angeles

27 Oct
15 Dec

In further news: Activists protest Luke Willis Thompson at Turner Prize exhibition opening; Helena Almeida (1934–2018)

The New York museum has announced significant new additions to its collection, including Judy Chicago, Marilyn Minter and the Guerilla Girls

Spotlight
Betye Saar, Dispeller of Darkness, 1980. Courtesy: the artist and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles

Roberts Projects, Los Angeles (SP17)

Photography: Clément Pascal

Jeff Keen, Betye Saar and Keiji Uemetsu in Spotlight

Photography: Clément Pascal

Major solos and innovative group shows span Zoe Leonard, David Hockney and Latin-American Homoeroticism

Los Angeles

6 Jan
3 Mar
Romare Bearden, Pittsburgh Memory, 1964, mixed media collage and graphite on board, 22 x 30 cm. Courtesy: © Romare Bearden Foundation / DACS, London / VAGA, New York 2017

Successfully layering a broader socio-historical narrative onto a period of radical non-conformity, this is an important show now

By Osei Bonsu

On the occasion of two UK solo exhibitions, the British artist reflects on the art and events that have shaped her career

By Lubaina Himid

Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy

By Vincenzo Latronico