“Sometimes you sacrifice too much. You find yourself out on a limb and not knowing really quite how to get back down the tree.
Fifty years ago, the photographer Gordon Parks took to the streets of Harlem with his camera — and at times, Ralph Ellison — and changed the game for black photographers.
"Carrie Mae Weems was a logical choice," Barron explains. He is showing the entirety of her "The Kitchen Table Series" (1990). "I am struck by the deep humanity of these pictures.
Also on the panel was artist/teacher Perry Vasquez, who said the sense of community is sometimes more helpful than the art...
Weems, the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship and famous for her self-portraits and social documentary on view at institutions like the Guggenheim and the Museum of Modern Art, hopes that “Grac
Lowe and MacConnel's Museum isn't a tribute, however, and one look at the latter's reinterpretations of the classic paintings and it's easy to see what he means when he says the show is "definit
Carrie Mae Weems accepted the 2016 National Artist Award at Anderson Ranch Arts Center’s 50th anniversary celebration...as part of Anderson Ranch’s 2016 Summer Series of art talks, she reflected on
Best known for her large-scale, microscopically-detailed pencil drawings of things like neighborhoods she’s lived in, the American flag, and her grandmother’s tablecloth, she has been part of ma
Byrd is most noted for her interactive temporary public art installations, which are hybrids of video and performance art that both disorient and re-orient the viewer.
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