Kerry James Marshall: Along the Way

Kerry James Marshall: Along the Way
Library Shelf Location 18.MARS
Publication Date 2005
Description This is the first exhibition in Britain by Kerry James Marshall, one of the most innovative and influential American artists of his generation. Marshall’s politically charged pieces draw on the African American experience, on popular culture and deal with issues of black beauty and representation. With a medley of sources from comic books, graffiti and western art and mythology, his work also references the Civil Rights movement. Curated by Deborah Smith and organised by Camden Arts Centre in association with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, The New Art Gallery Walsall and Modern Art Oxford. Kerry James Marshall, Scout (Boy), 1995, Collection Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Partial and promised gift from the Lewis and Susan Manilow Collection of Chicago Artists
ISBN 1900470543
Quantity 2
Pages 71
Editors Sarah Martin, Deborah Smith
Authors Luc Tuymans, Deborah Smith, Valerie Cassel Oliver
Format Stiff Back
Publisher Camden Arts Centre. London
Related Artist Kerry James Marshall
Category Painting
Keyword Civil rights
Related Galleries BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Camden Arts Centre. London, New Art Gallery, Walsall, Modern Art Oxford
Related Curator/Producer Deborah Smith
Artist's Nationality American (USA)
Language English

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