by Simphiwe Ndzube
Dondolo represents a mine laborer as he carries a blue precious stone in a wheelbarrow, a reference to diamond mining and land exploitation in South Africa.
Tshabalala is known for creating figural works that are autobiographical and that reflect the world around him.
50 Years of Gio Ponti's Martin Building
In honor of the building's 50th anniversary, learn more about the famed designer and architect.
See A is for...
on the plaza outside the Hamilton Building at the museum.
One of the ways we provide access to our exhibitions for visitors with low vision and blindness is with our Exhibition Access Guides.
How Herman Miller and Workplace Resource are supporting the Design Studio and design galleries.
Connect with other like-minded art lovers and enjoy free or discounted programs and lectures.
Video interview with Lares Feliciano
Learn more about the artist and this immersive installation.
Video Interview with the Artist
She discusses her contributions to the studio, creative process, and advice for young artists.
Explore music, poetry, and sound related to the artworks.
Learn about works by Nari Ward and other contemporary artists in the DAM's collection.
Join us for online talk with creators on August 3
In this opera, narratives of violence and erasure replace the popular tales of early colonization.