For the many thousands gone and Cheryl Wall in particular

When the editors concocted the thematic for this issue, we’d hoped that “Apocalypse Now and Then” would do more than corner an unmistakable allusion to the title of the 1979 film addressed to the ravages of the V...

June 13, 2020

TA Artist Space will present Renaissance: Noir, a virtual exhibition featuring paintings by 12 emerging Black artists, live on from today, June 9 - July 3, 2020. Curated by Myrtis Bedolla, Baltimore-based owner of Galerie Myrtis, Renaissance: Noir in...

UTA ARTIST SPACE in Los Angeles is presenting a virtual exhibition curated by Myrtis Bedolla, founder of Galerie Myrtis, a black-owned art gallery in Baltimore. A selection of largely figurative works in a variety of mediums by 12 artists is on view in “Renaissance: No...

UTA Artist Space here in Los Angeles is currently hosting, Renaissance Noir, a virtual exhibition from June 9- July 3, 2020. The show features works from 12 emerging Black artists and is curated by Myrtis Bedolla, the owner of Baltimore based gallery, Galerie Myrtis.


June 10, 2020

This week, UTA Artist Space in Beverly Hills launched the online exhibition “Renaissance: Noir.” Curated by Myrtis Bedolla of Galerie Myrtis, it features the work of Tawny Chatmon, Wesley Clark, Alfred Conteh, Larry Cook, Morel Doucet, Monica Ikegwu, Ronald Jackson, M....

June 9, 2020

UTA Artist Space has launched its first virtual exhibition amid the coronavirus pandemic. Starting today and running through July 3, the venue will host Renaissance: Noir, featuring paintings by 12 emerging Black artists on its website.

Curated by Myrtis Bedolla, B...

Artists and galleries across the world have adapted their crafts to the current COVID-19 crisis. New Haven’s Artspace has adapted with an exhibition visible through their windows, meant to be viewed from the street. The exhibition “The View From Here” opened March 20,...

September 14, 2019

In the Gertrude C. Ford Galleries for The Permanent Collection at the Mississippi Museum of Art

The Museum is pleased to present the reinstallation of its Mississippi galleries. The new exhibition, New Symphony of Time, expands and illuminates the boundaries of Mississi...

The Mississippi Museum of Art opened a new permanent collection, "New Symphony of Time" to the public on Saturday. On Sept. 5, patrons of the museum enjoyed a sneak peak of the exhibit.

Gov. Phil Bryant joined Mississippi Museum of Art director Betsy Bradley and others...

September 12, 2019

Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019 the Mississippi Museum of Art held a preview for the new exhibit "New Symphony of Time," including Felandus Thames' "Then I Went". The ongoing exhibit is now open.  (Read More)

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