Sandra Gould Ford and LaToya Ruby Frazier reveal a side of the city that is rarely seen by outside observers or even many of its contemporary, white-collar locals.
Emily Elizabeth Goodman
Emily Elizabeth Goodman is an art historian and curator based in Lexington, KY. Her research examines modern and contemporary American art, with a focus on women artists and socially engaged art practices. She received her PhD in Art History from the University of California, San Diego and is currently an Assistant Professor at Transylvania University.
Alison Saar Breaches the Legacy of Environmental Racism
By illustrating the impact that the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 had on Southern black communities, Saar exposes a neglected history and its resonance with environmental racism.
Unraveling the Complicated Confederate Legacy, One Strand at a Time
Sonya Clark’s performance Unraveling comes at a time when racists feel newly emboldened to display their bigotry.
A Saudi Artist Pauses in the Face of Politics
Abdulnasser Gharem’s works question initial perceptions and reveal inherent contradictions about Islamic and Arabian art and culture.
The Future Is (Still) Female: Feminist Art for the 21st Century
The Future Is Female focuses primarily on the work of women artists who came of age after the Women’s Art Movement.