Glenn Ligon: Stranger

Glenn Ligon: Stranger
Library Shelf Location 18.LIGO
Publication Date 2001
Description Glenn Ligon often uses language in his paintings to address the position of African Americans (especially men) in contemporary America. His previous works have included texts written by Ralph Ellison, Zora Neale Hurston, and Jean Genêt. This work includes text from James Baldwin’s essay "Stranger in the Village," first published in 1953.
ISBN 0942949196
Quantity 1
Pages 37
Format Catalogue
Publisher Studio Museum in Harlem, New York
Categories Drawing, Painting, Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team)
Keywords Abstract (fine arts style), Nonrepresentational Art
Related Gallery Studio Museum in Harlem, New York
Artist's Nationality African-American
Language English
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