The current show at the Museum of the African Diaspora , Portraits and Other Likenesses , co-organized with SFMOMA , is totally fantastic...

The current show at the Museum of the African Diaspora , Portraits and Other Likenesses , co-organized with SFMOMA , is totally fantastic...

She's controversial, but her work is powerful. I am a huge admirer of Kara Walker.  I think I get where she's coming from.  But who knows?  Maybe I have no idea.  Maybe she's way too deep for my comprehension.  Whatever the circumstance, she's fabulous.

She's controversial, but her work is powerful. I am a huge admirer of Kara Walker. I think I get where she's coming from. But who knows? Maybe I have no idea. Maybe she's way too deep for my comprehension. Whatever the circumstance, she's fabulous.

Christian Thompson, Photography, LAMBDA Print, 100cm x 100cm, Australian Graffiti

Christian Thompson, Photography, LAMBDA Print, 100cm x 100cm, Australian Graffiti

Taxidermy and Contemporary Art Collide in Nevada Museum of Art...

Taxidermy and Contemporary Art Collide in Nevada Museum of Art's Late Harvest Exhibition

Taxidermy and Contemporary Art Collide in Nevada Museum of Art...

The title of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's 'La Ghirlandata' is translated by the Pre-Raphaelite artist's brother, William Michael, as 'The Garlanded Lady', or 'The Lady of the Wreath'.

The title of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's 'La Ghirlandata' is translated by the Pre-Raphaelite artist's brother, William Michael, as 'The Garlanded Lady', or 'The Lady of the Wreath'.

Richie hawtin \u0026  ricardo villalobos - live @ robert johnson 26.03.04 by Bugsy Walton | Free Listening on SoundCloud

Richie hawtin \u0026 ricardo villalobos - live @ robert johnson 26.03.04 by Bugsy Walton | Free Listening on SoundCloud

A Indian shop owner arranges an Indian rupee note garland at a market in New Delhi.

A Indian shop owner arranges an Indian rupee note garland at a market in New Delhi.

Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV, photo taken December 18, 2012.

Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV, photo taken December 18, 2012.

{"Hand XIV" 1998 by Whitfield Lovell - charcoal, graphite, and pastel}  Lovell draws anonymous people to preserve their memory, their struggle, and their heritage.  During the time 1900-1940, studio portraits were typically purchased by wealthy white Americans.  Lovell also uses the Hand of Fatima as a cultural symbol in Islamic societies to ward-off the "evil eye".  How does this symbol help communicate Lovell's message?

{"Hand XIV" 1998 by Whitfield Lovell - charcoal, graphite, and pastel} Lovell draws anonymous people to preserve their memory, their struggle, and their heritage. During the time 1900-1940, studio portraits were typically purchased by wealthy white Americans. Lovell also uses the Hand of Fatima as a cultural symbol in Islamic societies to ward-off the "evil eye". How does this symbol help communicate Lovell's message?

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