Leah Gallant

The sitcom as social critique: Martine Syms foregrounds Black banality in major Chicago exhibition

The Los Angeles artist’s exploration of the Black experience in the US can be poignant, humorous and unsettling, as evidenced in her solo show at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago


How Robert Colescott used art history to force viewers to confront their prejudices

The late artist’s first major retrospective chronicles his development from early, muted works to the riotous paintings for which he became famous