Chris Ofili's Portrait - image via ianallenphotocom

Chris Ofili / Christopher Ofili

Installation, Young British Artists, Painting
Faith Ringgold - Groovin' High, 1996
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists   |   Elena Martinique

Honoring the Black Lives Matter movement, we bring you a selection of works by black artists who have significantly contributed to the history of art.

Patrick Hugues - Dessin 16, 2019 f
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists   |   Elena Martinique

If black and white is your thing, be sure to check out our curated list of monochrome works created by a range of celebrated artists.

Sensation- Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection, October 02, 1999 through January 09, 2000 9
Art History   |   Elena Martinique

Why were the late 1990s marked by the Sensation art exhibition, which took place in both the UK and the US? Who were the exhibiting artists and what did they show?

Carly Gaebe : Steadfast Studios 1
Top Lists, Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

The International Print Center New York is hosting an intriguing show featuring over 50 works which are strategically hard to see.

Damien Hirst next to his Mother and Child, Divided. Image via
Top Lists   |   Angie Kordic

The thirty two years of the Turner Prize history are filled with controversy and tongue-in-cheek British art, made by some of today's most popular artists.

Toyin Odutola Artwork, via cinemakenya com
Art History   |   Elena Martinique

The following black artists are contributing to the ongoing conversation about race and cultural identity, addressing the subject in a variety of ways.

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye - Tie The Temptress To The Trojan, 2016. Courtesy Corvi-Mora, London and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Exhibition Announcements   |   Patina Lee

The internationally acclaimed fashion designer Duro Olowu defines and examines the relationship between art and fashion, reflecting on the use of garment.

Various Artists - Items from Imprint 93 archive, 1993-1998 - Courtesy of Whitechapel Gallery
Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

A Whitechapel Gallery exhibition that offers a unique insight into the development of the British art scene of the 90s, opening soon in London.