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Art Review: Kara Walker Traces Slavery’s Bitter Legacy With New Ways of Drawing

After the triumphant “Sugar Baby,” the artist pushes her incendiary art into the present, merging collage, political cartoon and history painting.
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Artist Kara Walker Talks Sugar, Slavery and Her Giant Sphinx on CBS This Morning

Ethnicity & Race / African American : New Black Man

On CBS this Morning, artist Kara Walker discusses her new installation A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby with Michelle Miller. Additional commentary from Henry Louis Gates, Jr..

The Crocker Art Museum presents Kara Walker's Tales of Slavery and Power

Arts : Artdaily

The Crocker Art Museum presents Emancipating the Past: Kara Walker?s Tales of Slavery and Power which is on view September 22, 2013 through January 5, 2014. Kara Walker, honored as one of TIME magazine?s most influential people, is ...

In New Drawings, Kara Walker Traces American Histories of Christianity and Racism

Arts : Hyperallergic

Her tumultuous charcoal drawings enshrine an unresolved US narrative filled with racism, martyrdom, and political violence. The post In New Drawings, Kara Walker Traces American Histories of Christianity and Racism appeared first on...

The work of artists Kara Walker and Hank Willis Thomas come together in installation

Arts : Artdaily

The Baltimore Museum of Art presents two compelling works that explore the legacy of slavery in America in Black Box: Kara Walker & Hank Willis Thomas. On view June 28, 2017? March 18, 2018, the installation brings together Kara Wal...

The Art Institute of Chicago presents new installation by Kara Walker

Arts : Artdaily

Critically acclaimed artist Kara Walker has, over the years, pursued the silhouette's implications and transformations in paintings, drawings, collages, shadow puppets, cut steel, film and video animations, and "magic-lantern" proje...

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