Inventing Your Own Game

Alma Thomas, Air View of Spring Nursery (Detail), 1966. Acrylic on canvas. The Columbus Museum

Inventing Your Own Game

Alma W. Thomas and the Treasures of the Natural World

In the “post-war” period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the…

Sam Gilliam, 
TBC, 2020, 
watercolor on washi, 

39-1/2

INVENTING YOUR OWN GAME

Sam Gilliam: Between Structure and Improvisation

In the “post-war” period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the…

Wood Picture, c. 1967. Courtesy of Galerie Lelong & Co.

Inventing Your Own Game

The Abstract Thinking of Mildred Thompson

In the “post-war” period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the…

Betye Saar, I’ll Bend But I Will Not Break, 1998. Mixed media tableau: vintage ironing board, flat iron, metal chin, white bed sheet, six wooden clothespins, cotton, clothesline and one rope hook, 80 x 96 x 36 in (203.2 x 243.8 x 91.4 cm), Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Gift of Lynda and Stewart Resnick through the 2018 Collectors Committee, © Betye Saar

Inventing Your Own Game

Betye Saar: The Majesty She Holds In Her Hands

In the post-war period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the…

Maren Hassinger, Diaries, 1978. Performance at Vanguard Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. Black and white Photograph
Maren Hassinger, unknown. Photo Credit Adam Avila. Courtesy of Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC and Tiwani Contemporary, London

Inventing your own game

Maren Hassinger: “We are not alive to make money”

In the post-war period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the…

Howardena Pindell, Untitled, 1972. Acrylic on canvas, 174.3 x 267.3 cm; 68 5/8 x 105 1/4 inches
© Howardena Pindell. Courtesy the artist, Garth Greenan Gallery, New York and Victoria Miro, London/Venice

Inventing Your Own Game

The Consistency in Howardena Pindell’s Art and Defiance

In the post-war period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the…

Installation View, Frank Bowling at Tate Britain (31 May - 26 August 2019), Tate Photography, Matt  Greenwood

Inventing Your Own Game

Frank Bowling at Tate: Redefining the British Art Canon

In the post-war period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the…

 Installation View: Robert Reed: San Romano Series, Pilar Corrias, London. 12 April – 18 May 2019. Courtesy of the Robert Reed Estate and Pilar Corrias, London. Photo: Damian Griffiths.

Inventing Your Own Game

Robert Reed: Re-entering the US American Art Canon

In the “post-war” period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the…

Jack Whitten, Quantum Wall, VIII (For Arshile Gorky, My First Love in Painting), Detail, 2017. Acrylic on canvas, 122,6 x 122,6 cm © Courtesy the Jack Whitten Estate and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Genevieve Hanson

Inventing Your Own Game

Jack Whitten: A Painter’s Painter Gets His Long-Overdue Recognition

In the “post-war” period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the…

 


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