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On the eve of her fall exhibitions at Prospect.5 in New Orleans and the Dallas Museum of Art, Pierre shares the prerequisites for making her visionary, color-saturated paintings.
Framing time through still life and beyond.
Photography, sculpture, installation, and performance that illuminate Black queer experience.
Paintings that address life’s messiness.
A veteran of the post–Watts Rebellion creative community in LA, Jackson revisits pivotal moments from her career in painting and Black activism.
A photobook retells the Ramayana.
To celebrate the end of Hispanic Heritage month, explore our list of Latinx contributors to BOMB over the decades. This is an ongoing list.
Guided by the colonial histories of indigo and opium, Candice Lin’s new installation, Seeping, Rotting, Resting, Weeping, includes a feline temple, a spam-laden qigong video, and interactive sculptures the artist calls “tactile theaters.”
Working through materials as an external and internal journey.
Collages as characters.
Sculptures that investigate architectural forms.
Abstract painting as a way of rendering the complexities of individual experience.
Photomontages that expose power and brutality.
Art that confronts abuse toward women.
Sculptures made with latex and found objects.
Our quarterly roundup of fellowships, residencies, and prizes accepting applications.
Depicting the complicated, conflicting, and ambivalent parts of transgender experience.
A photobook playfully documents local history.