Tschabalala Self reimagines Matisse’s Two Women as a contemporary couple
For her show at the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Harlem-born artist has responded to a sculpture by the Post-Impressionist
Tschabalala Self: 'what information is needed for one’s body to become gendered and racialised?'
The US artist’s colourful, tactile works that mix printmaking, painting and fabric are political without being ponderous
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Steamy Trinidad scenes and black female fetishisation—the best new commercial exhibitions this month
Fresh talent breathes life into slim £45m postwar and contemporary evening sale at Christie’s London
Records set for Tschabalala Self and Kara Walker as a new wave of works by contemporary artists come to auction