Doreen Lynette Garner renders flesh in silicone with unforgiving realism, representing the pathology of colonialism, slavery, and white supremacy.
M. Charlene Stevens
M. Charlene Stevens is a curator, art critic, and photographer who lives and works in New York. She received a BA in Art History from the University of California Los Angeles. Stevens is the founder and director of Arcade Project. She is currently the lead curator for Hudson Valley MOCA - Enlighten Peekskill.
Damien Davis Explores the Legacy of the Tulsa Race Massacre Through Collage
For his solo presentation at Untitled Art Fair in Miami, Davis developed a lexicon of negritude, crafting sculptural plexiglass collages to explore the events that decimated a community popularly known as “Black Wall Street.”
Performing the Legacy of Caribbean Junkanoo
Through “Junkanooacome” (“Junkanoo is coming” in Jamaican patois), Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow offers an adaptation of a pan-Caribbean festival with a parade of masked dancers.
When White “Allies” Go Wrong
No one owes Kurt McVey a seat at the table or an invitation to the party, and the Man Ray image selected for his fragile white male rant points to why.