Using unpublished materials from the Lucy Lippard Papers, art historian Florencia San Martín writes about the correlation between a mural created in Chile and an art action in New York organized in 1973 in solidarity with victims of the coup.
Art historian Florencia San Martín traces connections between two mural brigades working in Pan-American solidarity with the ideology of politician Salvador Allende, both before and after the 1973 Chilean coup.
Gwendolyn Owens, director of curatorial affairs for McGill University's Visual Arts Collection, reflects on her many journeys through the Macbeth Gallery Records.
In this guest post, Jody Clowes shares the story of a photograph infused with Wisconsin history.
Guest author Kevin Kim explores how the work Japanese American artist Roger Shimomura was influenced by his grandmother's diary and their shared experience of incarceration during WWII.
Guest blogger Rachel White examines how Lonnie Holley's Alabama roots have influenced his art.
Art historian Wendy Greenhouse provides an overview of the archival documentation project she recently undertook with the sponsorship of the Terra Foundation for American Art.
Danielle Shapiro, author of the first biography of John Vassos, looks at the industrial designer’s innovations in television design.
Guest author Sally Stokes looks at the home movies artist Hildreth Meière made of murals at the 1939–1940 New York World’s Fair.
Denise Lassaw, the daughter of sculptor Ibram Lassaw and Ernestine Lassaw, reflects on a recent addition to her father’s papers.