“Give Me Some Moments”: Slow Looking with Lorna Simpson at Hauser & Wirth

We’re living in a time of odd juxtapositions. We’re disconnected from our physical lives while we remain constantly connected to each other virtually. We hoard toilet paper yet remain disastrously wasteful. We covet time, but bemoan boredom. Before Covid-19, we longed for the quiet solitude that comes with less crowded streets, remote working, and quality … Continue reading “Give Me Some Moments”: Slow Looking with Lorna Simpson at Hauser & Wirth

A Collective Constellation at Art + Practice

Art + Practice’s latest show, Collective Constellation: Selections from the Eileen Harris Norton Collection is an exhibition that I always needed to see, I just didn’t realize why until now. Over the last several years, I’ve committed the month February to posting Artist a Day profiles where Black artists are highlighted and celebrated. In 2017 … Continue reading A Collective Constellation at Art + Practice

Artist a Day: Revisiting Shawn Walker

The New York Times recently reported that photographer Shawn Walker, one of the founding members of New York’s Kamoinge Collective, will have his work added to the collection of the Library of Congress. The acquisition of over 100,000 photos, negatives and other material is being collected and archived in conjunction with the Photography Collections Preservation … Continue reading Artist a Day: Revisiting Shawn Walker