Monthly Archives: August 2017

Who exactly are America’s Black artists?

Soul of a Nation shines a bright light on the vital contribution of Black artists to a dramatic period in American art and history. So reads every promotional material for Tate Modern’s Soul of a Nation exhibition. How does being an … Continue reading

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Norman Lewis, Processional, 1965: A Not So Black and White Perspective

Processional (1965) by Norman Lewis is just one of the many engaging artworks in the Soul of a Nation exhibition at the Tate Modern, London. While being one amongst the many, Processional stands out as uniquely striking in its simplicity. … Continue reading

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Documenta 14: Parthenon of Books

Marta Minujín’s Parthenon of Books is easily the centrepiece of Documenta 14, the 2017 instalment of the five-yearly Documenta held in Kassel, Germany. The Parthenon of Books qualifies as the centrepiece because it stands out physically, as an idea and … Continue reading

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