In Flexing: New Realm, Carter combines visual references to European royalty and nobility with contemporary Black aesthetics.
Artists reflect on migration, memory, and the cultural bonds that unite the first- and second-generation children of Central American immigrants who have fled civil wars, violence, and natural disasters.
A concise show of photographs printed for impact, at an enlarged scale and in color, magnifies questions about race in the United States.
A stunning video shows the monument, which was erected in 1924, come crashing down as people cheer.
As a lifelong resident of the South who often has cause to talk to people from elsewhere, I find that my accent is a recurring topic of conversation. Someone will wonder why I don’t have one, and seem astonished. Someone else will retort, “What are you talking about? He totally has one!” and seem amused.