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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... 

Reflections on the Critique with Kerry James Marshall: Everett Williams

Reflections on the Critique with Kerry James Marshall: Everett Williams
On September 10, 2010 three artists participated in the Open Crit sessions at Hyde Park Art Center. As always, the session is mediated by photographer and HPAC board member Dawoud Bey, and led by an invited artist. This particular session had Kerry James Marshall as the guest critic. Chicago artist Everett Williams was one of the artists that participated in this session and as a follow up to the critique,... 
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