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New York-based Glenn Ligon is one of the most prominent and influential artists working today, in addition to being a writer and a curator.
Over the course of his career, he has become known for his critical explorations of American history and society through text-based paintings, sculptures, and films. This new series continues his ongoing interrogation into history, language, and cultural identity by way of previous processes expanded by the artist. Featuring exhibition installation images as well as historical works, this publication includes an essay by Helen Molesworth, poems by Robin Coste Lewis, and a conversation between Ligon and Hamza Walker that took place at Regen Projects in February 2019.
Author(s): Helen Molesworth, Robin Coste Lewis, Hamza Walker
Page Count: 92
Size: 9 × 12 1/4 in.
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