Edited by Juan Valadez; Contributions by Franklin Sirmans, Glenn Ligon, Michele Wallace, Robert Hobbs
Nationally celebrated as one of the most important exhibitions of contemporary art in the United States within the last decade, 30 Americans showcases an influential group of prominent African American artists who have emerged as leading contributors to the contemporary art scene in the US and beyond. The exhibition and accompanying catalog explores the evolving roles of black subjects in art since the 1970s and highlights some of the most pressing social and political issues facing our country today, including ongoing narratives of racial inequality; the construction of racial, gender and sexual identity; and the pernicious underpinnings and effects of stereotyping.
Published by Rubell Family Collection
1.0" x 11.1" x 8.6 / 2.95 lbs