Each Wednesday this month we're highlighting five women artists connected to the Albright-Knox. This week we focus on artists who have participated in our AK Public Art Initiative.
Chuck Tingley and Matt Grote's weego celebrates nostalgia for cartoons, video games, and other imaginative preoccupations of youth.
With We Are Here, Buffalo-based graphic design firm White Bicycle transformed a street map of the mural's North Buffalo neighborhood.
Our Colors Make Us Beautiful contains fragments of thought in the three languages that inform artist Muhammad Zaman's identity: English, Bengali, and Arabic.
At 80 feet tall by 160 feet wide, Wildflowers for Buffalo is the largest mural of artist Louise Jones’s career and the largest AK Public Art Initiative mural to date.
Five of the projects undertaken as part of our AK Public Art Initiative in the past year have featured works by women artists. We highlight five of them here.
With support from the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA), the large concrete wall surrounding the NFTA's Cold Spring Bus Maintenance Depot has been transformed into portraits of twenty-eight notable civil rights leaders from America's past and present.
Betsy Casañas's new #AKPublicArt mural is inspired by the mixed and integrated Latinx community she encountered in Buffalo.
Keir Johnston and Ernel Martinez's Welcome Wall features 13 languages tied to Buffalo's Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood.
Artist Bunnie Reiss’s Magic Buffalo transforms two sides of Joe's Deli on Hertel Avenue into an enchanted landscape of dreamlike imagery and delicate geometric tracery.
Titled Dance Everyday, Shantell Martin’s recently completed mural at 537 East Delavan is a distinctively playful black-and-white composition filled with her identity, capturing a spirit soaked in optimism.