Glenn Ligon's thought-provoking art
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Glenn Ligon's thought-provoking art

Using a range of media to tackle the legacy of racism in America head-on, Glenn Ligon's work makes the viewer pose real questions that are not always easily answered.
two black and white photos of people in the shadows
Glenn Ligon - Works | Thomas Dane Gallery
i am a man written on a piece of paper with lots of writing around it
Encounters and Collisions: Glenn Ligon looks back on history in his latest, exploratory exhibition
a black and white photo of an abstract painting
18 Abril 2011 post: Glenn Ligon, Selected Works & Interview
a drawing of a man with glasses and red nose ring on it's lips
He's Barack Obama's favourite artist. But is Britain ready for Glenn Ligon?
a blue and white painting with a black object in the foreground, against a white wall
Ellsworth Kelly Inspires Glenn Ligon's Blue Black Exhibition - Interior Design
a man wearing glasses standing in front of a wall with paintings on it and smiling at the camera
Video: My Favorite Artwork | Glenn Ligon
an image of children playing with a kite
Glenn Ligon - Works | Thomas Dane Gallery
an empty room with wooden floors and paintings on the wall
The Many Shades of Glenn Ligon’s Blue Black
an old black and white photo with the words how to feel to die below it
Glenn Ligon. Untitled (How It Feels to Be Colored Me). 1991 | MoMA
an abstract drawing with black and white lines
Encounters and Collisions: Glenn Ligon looks back on history in his latest, exploratory exhibition
two people looking at paintings on display in an art gallery
Messages That Conduct an Electric Charge (Published 2011)
Why did Glenn Ligon create his Double America neon work?
a black and white photo of a man with glasses on his face, in halftone
Self-Portrait at Eleven Years Old | Harvard Art Museums
a living room filled with furniture and a fire place under a neon sign above the fireplace
I Sell the Shadow to Sustain the Substance by GlennLigon
an article in a magazine with pictures of women's hair and the words source material
Source Material: Glenn Ligon on the Residency that Inspired his Coloring Series