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it's my sister! - Artists research Francois Baby’s slave-owning history

Most of us in Windsor know that Francois Baby was an important figure in local history — but how many of us know that he and his family were unrepentant slave-owners?

Romare Bearden was an African-American cartoonist, oil painter and collage artist, as well as a writer.

Romare Bearden was an African-American cartoonist, oil painter and collage artist, as well as a writer. He loved cats.this one is Gippo.

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To give budding entrepreneurs a jump on the competition, Kiplinger scoured the country for ten startup-friendly cities.

The new series of limited edition 'The Dinner Party' plates will inevitably spark conversations around the rich heritage of women in the Western world.

New Plates by Judy Chicago Serve Up Feminist History

The new series of limited edition 'The Dinner Party' plates will inevitably spark conversations around the rich heritage of women in the Western world.

“I’m not really an artist,” Theaster Gates likes to say. “I’m probably first a hustler.”

The Real-Estate Artist

“I’m not really an artist,” Theaster Gates likes to say. “I’m probably first a hustler.

Lee’s Surrender | eHISTORY

150 years after Robert E. Lee surrendered at Appomattox, Americans are still fighting over the great issues at the heart of the conflict.

Can artists save Grand Crossing? Theaster Gates. Chicago

Can artists save Grand Crossing?

... circle through New York (Lenka Clayton and Jon Rubin (Guggenheim)

circle through New York (Lenka Clayton and Jon Rubin (Guggenheim)

Cross-dressing guests for a gay wedding in Petrograd 1921. The "wedding" had actually been organized by a secret police officer who arrested all the attendees at the end of the ceremony but the charges were eventually dropped. [2048x1152]

In January 1921 Russian Baltic Fleet sailor Afanasy Shaur organised an extraordinary gay wedding in Petrograd.

The Queens Museum is hosting a retrospective of Mierle Laderman Ukeles who has spent nearly four decades as artist-in-residence with New York’s Department of Sanitation.

The Queens Museum is hosting a retrospective of Mierle Laderman Ukeles who has spent nearly four decades as artist-in-residence with New York’s Department of Sanitation.

The revival of playwright Luis Valdez's "Zoot Suit" reminds us that clothes and garments have long been the site upon which bigots can project their prejudices and fears.

When Clothes Make The Man Appear Dangerous

The revival of playwright Luis Valdez's "Zoot Suit" reminds us that clothes and garments have long been the site upon which bigots can project their prejudices and fears.

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