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March 20, 2017
Kerry James Marshall's paintings insist on black self-representation
via LA Times
In 1951, a controversial Jackson Pollock exhibition at Betty Parsons Gallery in New York featured paintings made by pouring only black enamel on white cotton duck. The work was panned as emblematic of a hugely important artist hitting the skids. Parsons could barely give them away. Since then,...
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