Our art critic reviews the most essential local art we saw this year.
A pair of speech-bubble-shaped benches by the artist are included in the renovated NCMA campus’s permanent sculpture.
Kirby’s interactive installation The Bureau of Personal Belonging made waves at the annual international art festival.
Black on Black runs through early November at the Visual Art Exchange in Raleigh.
The life-changing exhibit deeply explores the many facets of Southern identity through contemporary art.
Edgerton reveals a mostly secret passion for painting in a new exhibit, Paintings, Photographs, Friendship, at FRANK Gallery.
Adam Cave Fine Art and Lee Hansley Gallery are both moving to the fringe of downtown.
The artist collective, which took over the last six months of The Carrack’s lease, opens its doors to the public.
Former INDY photographer Jeremy M. Lange visits All About America, the new Uzzle exhibit at the Ackland Art Museum.
Off-Spring: New Generations runs at 21c through the fall.
Marks of Genius and American Impressionist are on view at NCMA through June 19.
The great Abstract Expressionist’s work is on view alongside another new Ackland show, Racial Violence and Resilience.
Now showing at Ackland Art Museum through February 21st
Our critic picks the exhibits that stuck with him the most in a busy year in visual art.