The artist’s largest solo exhibition to date explores blackness as a color, an idea, an identity, a method, and a political movement.
An exhibition at the Interference Archive creates the feeling of wandering around an old curiosity shop where the stock is radical politics.
When a publication of a large selection of poems by Amiri Baraka, who died this past year, was announced, I immediately determined to review it.
It’s difficult to create art about white privilege. Though one can easily enough declare that white privilege is bad, distilling all its paradoxes into a poignant artistic image is challenging. And when an artist succeeds, it commands attention.