‘I Put the Black Body in the Work.’ Artist Howardena Pindell on Her New Exhibit Shedding Light on Injustice in America
A new exhibition at The Shed features a work based on a traumatic childhood memory that the artist has been wanting to make since the 1970s.
At 77, Howardena Pindell Exorcises a Chilling Memory From Childhood
The artist’s first new video in 25 years, on view at the Shed, mines the history of violence against African-Americans in this country.
Edward Hopper’s Creative Process: The Drawing & Careful Preparation Behind Nighthawks & Other Iconic Paintings
Edward Hopper painted, but more importantly, he drew. His body of work includes about 140 canvases, which doesn’t make him especially prolific given his long life and career — but then, one of those canvases is Nighthawks. Here on Open Culture, we’ve previous…