Denver-based artist Thomas “Detour” Evans doesn't limit himself to one medium. Working on canvas, creating installations, and executing large-scale murals are all just part of his repertoire. As of late, he's been making a name for himself with his colorful public art which celebrates both everyday people from the community as well as famous figures.
In Virginia, one artist is helping his community reclaim a controversial monument in the name of Black Lives Matter.
Illustrator Nikkolas Smith is always creating.
On March 13, 2020, 26-year-old EMT Breonna Taylor was shot and killed in her home by police officers in Louisville, Kentucky during the execution of a no-knock search warrant—this type of warrant allows officers to forcefully enter a home without any prior warning. Taylor was shot by officers eight times and pronounced dead at the scene.
Beginning with a white page can be overwhelming for any artist, which is why Ed Fairburn adopted an unusual canvas.
For over 10 years, sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor has dedicated his artistic practice to the enhancement and conservation of the...
Norwegian landscape photographer Christian Hoiberg grew up surrounded by nature. Enamored by the environment around him, he's drawn to arctic climates that allow his imagination to run free. One of his favorite places to visit is Greenland, and he's made a ritual of spending time each summer on this magical island.
Artist Creates Portraits of Black People Killed by Police, a Minute of Color for Every Year of Life [Interview]
Artist Adrian Brandon creates work that focuses on the Black experience.
Artist Nneka Jones creates portraits highlighting women of color who have suffered injustices in the world.
London-based travel photographer Christopher Wilton-Steer invites you to take a virtual journey to the heart of Central Asia. In 2019, he spent 4 months crossing 17 countries, traveling 40,000 km (24,854 miles)—by bus, car, train, boat, and horse—from London to Beijing. Following the famous Silk Road, he documented the network of ancient trading routes through the people, cultures, and architecture he encountered along the way.
Photographer Richard Silver has traveled the world photographing famous landmarks and iconic interiors.
For Dr. Artyom Tonoyan, the need to be politically active started at a young age.