The cover is the work of four APPI women at the magazine, reflecting on the rise of anti-Asian violence in the wake of this week’s horrific hate crimes.
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Artist Titus Kaphar Honors Victims of Racist Killings
Slated for the upcoming cover of TIME, the border surrounding the painting will include the names of 35 American Black men and women who have lost their lives due to police brutality and racist vigilantism.
Issues of Intimacy, Distance, and Disavowal in Writing About Deana Lawson’s Work
The story of this essay, its rejection by the artist and her gallery, and by Aperture and Frieze raise critical questions about the relationship between living artists and critical mechanisms for evaluating their work.
Why an Amateur Photographer’s Inside View of the #BaltimoreUprising Went Mainstream
The first images coming out of the Freddie Gray protests in Baltimore last week were photographs by local professionals and amateurs, distributed across social media.