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Fall issue of Border Crossings - articles by David Elliott and Cameron Skene

November 18, 2020

From left to right: Julie Mehretu, Mumbo Jumbo, 2008; Frank Bowling, Bunch, 1979/2012

 “Relations: Diaspora and Painting”

Cameron Skene · Crossovers · Issue 155 · November 2020

“RELATIONS: Diaspora and Painting,” more specifically, examines painting, identity and how the medium can become informed and revitalized through cultural memory.

 

Philip Guston

Grave Nowhere

The Unstoppable Paintings of Philip Guston

David Elliott · Articles · Issue 155 · November 2020

On the June weekend that “Philip Guston Now” was scheduled to open at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, thousands of people were in the streets protesting the killing of George Floyd. The words BLACK LIVES MATTER had been boldly painted onto 16th Street, one block from the White House where a nasty, racist president sat fuming.




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