Looking For Langston
Stones Against Diamonds
“…that high cicada hum being one of the ways we knew we were home, in our skins, our hair our downstairs rooms where …living as we do moving as we do … body as body, of experience, body of art, body not…” —Jenny Browne
Will be on view in Monarchs: Brown and Native Artists in the Path of the Butterfly at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.
Do Ho Suh
23 Wenlock Road, London N1 7ST, UK
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Tracey Rose— “Selection of drawings from Lolita With Her Legs Spread,” 2000. Ink and graphite on paper, 8 x 6 in. (each component). Gift of the artist. © Tracey Rose. Linda Pace Foundation Collection, Ruby City, San Antonio, Texas.
“You don’t make art for the present. You make it for the future. You are working for a history that is centuries beyond you, for multiple generations ahead of you.” —Tracey Rose“Performance artist Tracey Rose focused on leaving a legacy”, Liz Bolshaw, March 2015
“The conversation is clear, with clear commonalities and parameters, but it’s no less ambiguous for all that. The curation…is unapologetically race-, size-, and generation-diverse. The palette is largely black and white.” —Sarah Fisch“Eye Contact: Reclaimed Connects and Confronts at Ruby City’s Studio”, Rivard Report, March 2018