Eileen Myles experiments with social media and poetry in a visual art exhibition in New York City.
Lorraine O’Grady confronts the segregated art world in this exhibition at Svannah College of Art and Design.
Carolina Caycedo and Xenobia Bailey join this group exhibition in London looking at gender, feminism, and resistance.
Zach Blas’s new installation Sanctum in Madrid probes the correlations of digital exposure and control, of belief and desire.
Sanford Biggers encourages dialogue around history and trauma in the US in his solo exhibition at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
Chris E. Vargas reimagines how queer and trans experiences are represented in his Creative Capital project on view at the New Museum.
Photography and performance by Kerry Skarbakka explores themes of masculinity, race, and identity at the Torrance Art Museum in California.