On Albert Kriemler’s first visit to the new Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, in June of 2015, he was mesmerized by a… Read More »The Story of Albert Kriemler and Carmen Herrera’s Blanco y Verde
Whitewall Spring 2017
Sheila Pree Bright describes herself as having been quite shy growing up. She found in photography a way to express her thoughts. She could speak… Read More »In “#1960Now” Sheila Pree Bright Asks, What Has Changed?
On March 16, the Brooklyn Museum’s Fund for African American Art Benefit honored Pamela J. Joyner, calling her a groundbreaking and innovative art collector and… Read More »Pamela Joyner: A Mission-Driven Collection Evolves into Activism
Ali Silverstein’s process is inspired by BDSM dominatrix sessions. Her practice seeks to legitimize spontaneous unwarranted desires. Her immersion in the culture resulted in a… Read More »Ali Silverstein Negotiates Her Limitations
Diana Al-Hadid has the gift of seeing things spatially. As a sculptor, she rarely uses material as it is intended. She stretches it as far… Read More »Diana Al-Hadid and The Audacity of Taking up Space
By nature, Caledonia Curry, better known as Swoon, is attracted to people. Her work reflects that, inviting onlookers to experience it with and without her—on… Read More »Swoon: Art, Philanthropy, and Creating Safe Environments
Chloe Wise isn’t buying into consumerism, and she isn’t eating up what society is trying to feed her either. Instead, the 26-year-old Canadian-born artist is… Read More »Chloe Wise on Consumerism, Hyperreal Simulation, and Women