Art Practice faculty member Mickalene Thomas talks to Tyler Green about her practice in this week’s Modern Art Notes podcast.
Mickalene Thomas is to contemporary painting what Daft Punk is to music: acclaimed as one of the more original remix artists working today.
-Jori Finkel on AP Faculty member Mickalene Thomas in the LA Times
Art Practice faculty member Mickalene Thomas has a solo show, “Mickalene Thomas: Origin of the Universe” opening at the Santa Monica Museum of Art on April 14.
Revay by Art Practice faculty member Mickalene Thomas will be featured as an “Art Break” on MTV in a series co-organized by MoMA PS1 and Creative Time.
Art Practice faculty member Mickalene Thomas will be showing Afro Goddess With Hands Between Legs (2006) in Configured, a group show at Benrimon Contemporary opening March 1.
30 Americans is a wide-ranging survey of work by many of the most important African American artists of the last three decades. Selected from the Rubell Family Collection, the exhibition brings together seminal figures such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and David Hammons with younger and emerging artists such as Kehinde Wiley and Shinique Smith. Often provocative and challenging, 30 Americans focuses on issues of racial, sexual, and historical identity in contemporary culture. It explores how each artist reckons with the notion of black identity in America, navigating such concerns as the struggle for civil rights, popular culture, and media imagery. At the same time, it highlights artistic legacy and influence, tracing subject matter and formal strategies across generations.