Brenna Youngblood Selected as 1 of 25 Exhibitions for Your Winter 2015 Agenda

"25 Exhibitions for Your Winter 2015 Agenda," by Victoria L. Valentine, Culture Type

THIS WINTER IS PROVING TO BE UNPREDICTABLE, with massive snow expected one week and relatively mild temperatures the next. On the art front, the forecast this season is more reliable with a robust slate of exhibitions, from New York, San Francisco and Ontario to London and Munich, featuring a range of modern and contemporary black artists. The Brooklyn Museum is presenting a much-anticipated survey of Kehinde Wiley’s 14-year career and the Philadelphia Museum is showcasing important works from its collection of African American art. Titus Kaphar’s first exhibition at Jack Shainman is mounted in both of the gallery’s Chelsea spaces. A series of previously unpublished, pre-civil rights era photos by Gordon Parks are on view at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Toyin Odutola is showing new mixed-media drawings at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. Programming at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta features Dox Thrash, Romare Bearden, Wilfredo Lam, Fahamu Pecou, Nellie Mae Rowe and Parks. And in Shanghai, Mark Bradford is mounting his first major exhibition in Asia. For your winter agenda, a selection of 25 exhibitions: