The following comic appeared in the Chicago Reader in March 2022.
The following article was originally published by Hyperallergic in March 2022. Multimedia artist Sama Alshaibi consistently interrogates the female form as a nexus point for politics, histories, climate, and forced migrations. Her exhibition Four Series at Zane Bennett Gallery spans 15 years of artistic inquiry… +
The following article originally appeared in Hyperallergic in March 2022. ALBUQUERQUE — “I think of all prints as interior or psychological landscapes,” New Mexico-based artist Maja Ruznic writes. “These prints are perhaps my surrender to Shadow and my hope is that they will invite a similar kind… +
The following comic was published by the Chicago Reader in March 2022. Chicago art organizers, curators, and administrators talk to the Reader about working during a pandemic and features Alma Weiser, director of Heaven Gallery; Janet Dees, Steven and Lisa Munster Tananbaum curator of modern… +
The following article was originally published by Hyperallergic in March, 2022. LAS CRUCES, NM — Freedom Colonies and all-Black towns were established throughout the United States following the Emancipation Proclamation. The first instance of an all-Black town in New Mexico, named Blackdom, was founded… +