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Geoffrey Holder’s Extensive Oeuvre Is Finally Coming into Focus

The polymath’s art has long been underappreciated until recently.

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Jacqueline de Jong’s Provocative Figurative Paintings Are Finally Gaining an International Audience

For six decades, the Dutch artist has been ceaselessly shifting her style. Few can keep up.

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Josephine Baker, Negritude, and the Art World: Revisiting the Dancer’s Life and Legacy

In recent years writers, artists, and historians have re-examined Baker’s life not only through the social constructs that defined her, but also through her subtle resistance to them.

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A Trans-Led Art Collective Is Shifting Perceptions Around Transgender People in India

The Aravani Art Project helps transgender people voice expressions through visual art.

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Ghanaian Photographer Gerald Annan-Forson Comes Into Focus with a US Retrospective

His pictures memorably captured his country’s postcolonial period.

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An Ambitious Show in Hong Kong Plots Connections Between Nature and Indigeneity

Tai Kwun’s survey features a range of artists, both Indigenous and not, who look to ecology for transcendence.

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