Art Criticism: A Pan-African Point of View by Keith Morrison

“Are there ideas native to Black artists that critics overlook? The question has been asked many times before but the answers have not led to change that the overwhelming number of Black artists would consider to be even remotely satisfactory. The shortage of published criticism of the works of Black artists would lead to the assumption that there are no art ideas—no aesthetic tradition … Read more »

Ephemera from Rehistoricizing at the Luggage Store Gallery


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