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Sixty on Sixty: An Interview with Danielle Jackson

Sixty on Sixty: An Interview with Danielle Jackson
Since she started with Sixty, Danielle Jackson has shown undeniable dedication to the art and artists that she chooses to write about.  In her short time with us she has brought a refreshing and often playful edge to the archive through her conversations with artists like David Leggett, Michael Rea, Willy Chyr, Claire Ashley, Dutes Miller & Stan Shellabarger and Adelheid Mers. In the final days... 

Experiencing Tête-à-tête: An Engagement with Performative Processes and Black Identity

Experiencing Tête-à-tête: An Engagement with Performative Processes and Black Identity
Derrick Adams. STATIC | DISTORTION | INTERFERENCE, 2011-2012. 27 x 60 inches, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, IL (Photo Credit: Image Courtesy of Rhona Hoffman Gallery.) Funky 70’s style decoratively patterned elements, intimate collaborative explorations, signifiers of black identity and femininity, fearlessness, and strong aesthetics are all terms that come to mind when thinking about the... 
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