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#14135

Kerry James Marshall

Artist
Kerry James Marshall
Price
$50.00
Date
2010
Publisher
Vancouver Art Gallery
Format
Catalogues
ISBN
978-1-895442-84-7
Size
23.5 × 29.2 cm
Length
56 pp
Genre
Painting
Description

The Vancouver Art Gallery was privileged to present the first Canadian solo exhibition of the work of Kerry James Marshall, a pre-eminent American painter working today.

For Marshall, social responsibility means creating artworks that both celebrate and unravel the black experience in America. Marshall’s twenty-five year practice is characterized by historically informed explorations of the representation of the black figure in pictorial space, and an investigation of the critical pretensions of the fine art establishment in which he participates.

Hardcover, colour.

  1. Kerry James Marshall
 

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