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NOW DIG THIS
Review: MoMA PS1's
Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles, 1960-1980
Isaiah Matthew Wooden
Writer, performance-maker and doctoral candidate in theater an...
The artists presented in
Now Dig This!
conjoin aesthetic concerns with cultural, ideological and political critique to produce artwork that, on the whole, is affecting and galvanizing. Kellie Jones' corralling of this work into a single exhibition is nothing short of a stroke of genius.
Kenya (Robinson) is a socialite, mischief maker and internatio...
E'rybody in the Othered Art World is harrumphing over the review of "Now Dig This" in the
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